Ain Whitehead LLP

27 Clapperton Street
Suite 100A
Barrie, Ontario

Phone: 705-725-8171

Fax: 705-725-9373
Andrew Ain - Ain Whitehead LLP
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Andrew Ain residential real estate barrie lawyer


Phone: 705-915-0251

Andrew’s practice is concentrated on residential real estate, mortgage lending and commercial transactions, with a particular expertise in land development and condominium law. Andrew has extensive experience in all aspects of property development acting for owners, developers, condominium corporations, municipalities, financiers, and landlords.

In addition to real estate, Andrew practices corporate law. He represents businesses of all sizes addressing all of their corporate needs including, creation of new corporations, financing their business, buying & selling their business, shareholder/partnership agreements, corporate reorganizations, corporate maintenance, business succession and general advice.  Andrew also acts and advises a large number of professionals and professional corporations, including physicians, dentists, accountants and lawyers, establishing and maintaining Professional Corporations.

Andrew is a proud McGill University double graduate. After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in 1994, Andrew attended the National Programme at the Faculty of Law, where, upon graduating with distinction in 1998, he obtained degrees in both Common and Civil Law (BCL & LL.B.). Andrew was called to the Bar of the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2000 and moved to Barrie in 2001.


A proud father of two young boys, Andrew is married to Dr. Stacie Weber and was born and raised in Montreal.  He is actively involved in the community.  Andrew has been a director of the Huronia chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute since 2001.  In his spare time he plays the drums in a local band, The Bailouts, having competed several times at the MacLaren Art Center’s Battle of the Bands.  Andrew loves to fish, watch NFL football and torture himself on the golf course.