Atwood Labine is a full-service firm of Thunder Bay lawyers. As a regional law firm, we are committed to creating solutions that meet the specific needs of businesses, families and individuals.
Our practice areas are comprehensive and include every major aspect of legal practice. Committed to long-term relationships with our clients, we consistently appreciate the patronage of clients who come back to us time and again as their legal needs shift and change.
Business and Corporate Law
Over the years, our firm has been trusted by countless businesses, from sole proprietorships to large corporations, for all their legal needs. Business incorporations, professional incorporations, partnership agreements, purchase and sale of businesses, and contract matters are just a few of the areas in which we have a record of dedicated service.
Our reputation for diligent and thorough service in real estate matters is well known in our community. Those purchasing or selling homes, land, rental properties or office buildings, have relied for years on our experience and expertise in this area.
Wills and Estates
Whether you need a will prepared, assistance with a power of attorney for property or personal care, or advice about an estate, you will find that our office ensures not only that the legal work is done well, but that you also understand your position.
Our firm’s 40-year tradition of excellence in resolving family law issues lives on, as we continue to provide practical advice and reliable representation in matters relating to separation and divorce, child issues, support, and division of property.
Civil law is the system of law concerned with private relations between members of a community rather than criminal, military, or religious affairs.
Criminal & Regulatory
With over 60 years of experience between them, our criminal litigators have appeared and succeeded at every level of court in Ontario, defending against all kinds of charges, up to and including murder. We stay current by participating in, and helping to organize, some of the province’s best continuing legal education programs in this field.
We act as counsel on coroner’s inquests (a jury hearing inquiring into the circumstances of a death), and we have gained experience advocating for families of the deceased. This involves working on the questions: how, when, where, and by what means, did the death occur. Although coroner’s juries do not make legal findings of responsibility, they can make recommendations that could assist in preventing deaths in similar circumstances.