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Don graduated from Queen’s University after obtaining his Juris Doctorate in 1972 before being called to the Bar in 1974 and has practiced in many legal sectors including commercial and residential real estate, corporate law, commercial and bank financing, franchising, and wills and estates.
He is a community leader involved in numerous community organizations. He was elected to the City of Kitchener Council in 1979 and the Waterloo Regional Council in 1981 to 1989.
He served as Chair of the Finance Committee of both the City of Kitchener and the Region of Waterloo during most of his terms on council.
Bryan completed his undergraduate degree at Queen’s University and his law degree at the University of Windsor. Bryan was called to the Ontario Bar in 2015. He initially began his practice focusing predominantly on residential and commercial real estate and corporate law at a well-respected local Hamilton Law Firm. He has continued to develop a keen interest in these particular practice areas. Bryan proudly joined Paquette & Travers Professional Corporation in 2017.
Bryan currently focuses his practice on residential and commercial real estate law. He is able to practice throughout the Golden Horseshoe and is able to assist clients on all aspects of real estate law. Bryan is aware of the complexities and nuances of real estate law and understands the importance of thorough and thoughtful representation when entering into any agreement with respect to real property. Bryan also practices corporate law and estate planning.
Bryan is currently a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Waterloo Law Association, the Halton Law Association and the Hamilton Law Association.
Nathan completed his college diploma in Social Service Work at Mohawk College (Hamilton) before he completed his undergraduate degree at UOIT (Oshawa) and finally his law degree at the University of Windsor.
The leadership skills gained during his varsity hockey career, along with the community-focus which is entrenched in his small town roots, has translated into Nathan becoming a forward thinker in the way that business is conducted to ensure that both clients receive an exemplary/personable service experience and his professional obligations/standards are being satisfied.
Along with his practice areas in real estate, estates and private business corporate law, over the past two and a half years he has embraced the role of an innovator as he has led a multidisciplinary team of experts, specialists and/or opinion leaders who have digitized certain legal processes (along with community partners such as the University of Waterloo) which initially improves the substitute-decision-making processes and other services provided for clients. In-turn, this understanding puts Nathan in a great position to not only protect his clients who may have ranging degrees of cognitive vulnerabilities or conditions but also to tap into this network in order to provide his clients with the best outcome and to advocate for other lawyers within the profession to prepare for the same awareness/sensitivity.
Among other things, Nathan is currently a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Waterloo Law Association, the Waterloo-Wellington Estate Planning Committee, Grand River Hospital – Grand Ride Committee Member – and currently lives with his family in Milton where the cycling/hockey is especially great.
Should you or someone you know have a legal question, a referral opportunity, similar interests or questions for Nathan, he welcomes the opportunity to reach out and speak to him.
One of our team of outstanding legal professionals, Barry was called to the Bar in 1972 and has been practicing at all levels of the Ontario Courts including the Court of Appeal and Divisional Court.
Barry is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Family Law dealing with divorce, custody, support and property.
A current member of the Collaborative Family Law Association of Waterloo , Barry has also been vice-chair for Anselma House, a home for abused women and their children as well as a member of the Board of Directors for Big Sisters