Welcome to Randall Johns Law Office
We are a small, focused law firm, serving clients in the areas of Civil Litigation, Corporate Law, Family Law, Wills and Estates, Landlord and Tenant Board and Real Estate.
While we believe most lawyers and law firms share the key values of our profession, we believe what makes us unique is our ability to provide the benefit of experience, knowledge, and cost effectiveness in one package.
Our firm focuses on personal and interactive service; working with our clients rather than simply for our clients to obtain the desired results. With that said, we cannot be effective without the knowledge necessary to provide sound advice and innovative options. We continually upgrade our knowledge and skills and participate in training above and beyond the requirements of the profession.
In Canada, Family Law impacts more people than any other area of law combined. If you think about it, chances are that you know someone who has been or is currently involved in a family law dispute.
At Randall Johns Law Office, we offer a variety of different services when it comes to Civil Litigation. Whether it’s a contract that went awry, an estate litigation matter, a real property assessment appeal..
For those buyers and sellers working with a realtor we will meet with the client to discuss all of steps between signing the offer and moving in. Many of the issues are the same as in a private deal, but the parties will have been educated about them by the realtor before we become aware of the transaction.
The purchase or sale of a business raises more complicated issues. We can help in negotiating the basic outline of the deal, in creating the offer to buy or sell, planning for and carrying out searches, dealing with the financing, preparing all the necessary documents and in closing the transaction.
At Randall Johns Law Office Professional Corporation, we understand that thinking about one’s own mortality and the necessary steps involved with drafting a valid..
The Residential Tenancies Act (the “RTA”) is the predominant piece of legislation that governs most residential tenancies and establishes the rights and responsibilities for tenants and landlords.
The Small Claims Court is a less formal branch of the Superior Court of Justice that has jurisdiction to hear actions where the amount of money or the value of property in dispute is $25,000 or less.