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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 his law degree at the University of Windsor.
During his undergraduate degree, Nathan captained the varsity hockey team and received national recognitions for his academics, athletics and leadership in the community. UOIT recognized these achievements by retiring his university hockey number “11” at the Campus Ice Centre in 2017. Nathan continues to be an active member of this community, including his time on the Grand Ride Committee (Grand River Hospital Foundation), running an annual charity hockey school in Drayton with his family, along with being a member of the Ontario Hockey League Alumni Association Executive Committee.
Nathan was called to the Ontario Bar in 2016. He initially began his practice focusing predominantly on corporate commercial work (including advising on corporate activities as well as residential and commercial real estate) at a well-respected local firm. Nathan is excited to join Paquette & Travers Professional Corporation in 2018 and to work alongside the people of this community.
Nathan prides himself in his diligent client service by making sure that the client understands the options to choose from while ensuring that his clients are well protected. If you have a questions about how to structure an agreement to ensure that you are well-protected or creating a sound business plan, you will want to speak with Nathan first.
Nathan is currently a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Waterloo Law Association, the Waterloo-Wellington Estate Planning Committee.
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
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