My name is Barry W. Switzer and for over 30 years I have offered legal services in matters of real estate, family law, small business, and wills and estates. I find all areas of law to be interesting, and enjoy analyzing and applying the complexities of diverse legal concepts to help cases succeed. All areas of my practice reflect this passion for the law. For every case, I provide honest and solid legal advice to clients as I help them pursue their goals.
My firm services the communities of Aurora, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, and surrounding areas, helping individuals and businesses through effective legal representation. I offer these communities my legal knowledge, experience, and advice at reasonable prices. Clients can always expect courteous service as I strive to deliver timely and effective results. With every case I take, I look for ways to deliver services in the most cost-effective way possible.
As a lawyer with a general practice law firm, clients can ask me for advice on a variety of legal matters including:
Purchasing or selling a home
Incorporating a small business
Writing a will
Attention to Detail
Every case and every person's situation is different. The best legal solution for one person won't be the same for another client. I understand that effective results are obtained by using the legal strategy that suits the best interests of each individual client.
I can analyze all the details of your matter. I will also keep you updated on the options and tactics at your disposal as we pursue your goals. With this attention to detail, I make every effort to ensure you are protected as much as possible from:
Your legal issues will be my issues to solve. I want you to focus on the practical aspects of your activities – leave the legal headaches to me.
Barry W. Switzer, Sole Practitioner
Location: Aurora, Ontario, Canada
Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Areas of Practice
Contact my firm for assistance with:
Real Estate Purchase and Sale (Residential or Commercial)
Mortgage Financing and Refinancing
Corporate Work for Small Businesses
Wills, Estate Administration, and Powers of Attorney
Marriage Contracts, Separation Agreements, and Uncontested Divorces