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 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.).
A proud father of two young men, Andrew is married to Dr. Stacie Weber and was born and raised in Montreal. In his spare time he plays the drums in a local band, The Bailouts, who have 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.
Kathryn’s practice is focused on real estate and wills & estates.
Kathryn originates from a farming community in Lambton County. She obtained her Bachelor of Human Kinetics and Bachelor of Laws from the University of Windsor. In addition to graduating with honours, she was a varsity athlete with the University's Indoor Track and Field Team, competing at the national and international levels.
Kathryn is proud to be the Central East Regional Lawyer Bencher for the Law Society of Ontario. Kathryn ran in the 2023 LSO Bencher Election as part of the Bencher Good Governance Coalition on a platform of well-rounded leadership, common sense and experience. Her goal is to provide a unique and diverse perspective to policies and issues raised at Convocation, and to ultimately encourage positive change within the profession.
Kathryn is very active in both the local legal community and Barrie community. Kathryn is the Past President of the Simcoe County Law Association, as well as the Past President of the Barrie Real Estate Lawyers’ Association and the Estate Planning Council of Simcoe County. In the community, she is the Vice-President of the Barrie Community Foundation, member of the Almaguin Area Municipal Joint Compliance Audit Committee and a former Director of the Board of Directors of Gilda’s Club, which provides support for individuals and families with cancer.
Graydon practices in the areas of corporate/commercial law and real estate.
Graydon completed his law degree at the University of Western Ontario, after obtaining a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Carleton University. After articling at a national firm in Ottawa he was called to the Bar of the Law Society of Ontario in 2011.
Graydon resides in Barrie with his wife and daughter and is active in the local community. He was the chair of the Simcoe County Young Professionals Association in 2019-2020 and was named their 2014 Young Professional of the Year. He is also a member of the Barrie Business Leaders, a local BNI chapter. In his spare time, Graydon is a mediocre golfer, curler and softball player. Graydon is a big baseball fan and has dreams of coming out of retirement to pitch for the Toronto Blue Jays.
Tony carries on a broad general practice in the areas of residential real estate, mortgage lending, condominium law and corporate law.
Tony obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Osgoode Hall Law School and is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Barrie Real Estate Lawyer’s Association, and the Simcoe County Lawyer’s Association.
In his spare time Tony enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter and he plays guitar and drums with several musicians in the Barrie community.
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