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Real Estate Law

Whether you're buying property for commercial use or buying a new home, you want to make sure your investment is safe and secure. With our experts in property law, your Brimage lawyer will make sure that your property investment is a good one!

Brimage makes sure your dream home doesn’t turn into a legal nightmare

Our considerable experience, reasonable rates, and eagerness to assist you in the process of buying or selling a home, or developing a property, makes us your best choice.

Get exactly what you want in your commercial investment with a Brimage lawyer

Imagine purchasing a commercial property to operate your dream business... only to realize the property is residential zoning WITHOUT exception!

Acquiring real estate, or selling to make a change, or developing a piece of real estate can all be an exciting experience. Often, one's emotions can take over the deal and you can find yourself overbidding on a property and finding it difficult to find financing as a result, accepting unbeneficial terms of sale, or overlooking a zoning law. These are just a few costly scenarios and of course, there are many more possible pitfalls without the right law firm on your side!

Brimage Law Group has years of municipal expertise, including zoning severances and residential & commercial developments.

We are dedicated to providing personalized service in the most timely, efficient manner possible. Our state-of-the-art technology allows us to conduct all necessary searches in "real-time," so your only significant wait is for the closing day to arrive!

Brimage Law Group is part of your community and like every good neighbour, we're there for you beyond your initial move in/out day.

Avoid your real estate dreams turning into real estate nightmares... utilize the professional expertise of a Brimage Real Estate lawyer for your next transaction!

Call us TODAY and discover our OUTSTANDING Real Estate practice rates... you'll be pleasantly surprised!


Did You Know?

  • When buying a property, all documents from everyone, both lenders and realtors should be run by an experienced real estate lawyer.
    Real Estate
  • You can write conditions into your Will to change it in the event of "special circumstances."
    Wills & Estate
  • Before you enter a business partnership, it's important that you have a partnership agreement drafted and reviewed by an experienced business Brimage lawyer.
    Business & Corporate Law
  • In custody agreements, it's important to include grandparents' visitation rights.
    Family Law
  • Many lawsuits are settled before a trial begins.
    Personal Injury Law
  • Civil claims have set "limitation periods." It's important to file as soon as possible.
    Civil Litigation
  • When selling a property, you need to have the utility companies do the final reading on the propane, hydro, oil, etc. Checks you do yourself could be contested.
    Real Estate
  • You should always declare an alternative guardian for any minor children, in case your first choice is somehow unable to care for them.
    Wills & Estate
  • Sole proprietorship, partnership, & incorporation all have their advantages and disadvantages.
    Business & Corporate Law
  • We highly recommend you keep your lawyer's contact information on-hand at all times, just in case of a legal misunderstanding.
    Criminal Law
  • If a "limitation period" passes with no actions taken, you could miss out on the compensation you deserve.
    Civil Litigation
  • Any funds you use to cover additional expenses in a real estate transaction should be transferred via certified cheque from your bank for the exact amount required.
    Real Estate
  • You should update your Will with every major change to your life, family, or finances.
    Wills & Estates
  • Brimage Law Group is Norfolk County's only law firm with dedicated business lawyers.
    Business & Corporate Law
  • If you are arrested or detained, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms gives you the right to be told why you have been arrested or detained.
    Criminal Law
  • It's extremely important that you have all of your documents completed properly, and have your case accurately & thoroughly stated.
    Civil Litigation