Hutch Law is pleased to specialize in the following practice areas. The information below is a general overview of what we do. If you have real estate, corporate or environmental legal needs that are not described below, please contact us.

Real Estate Law

Hutch Law covers all aspects of the real estate sector—residential, commercial, retail and agricultural. Whether you wish to make a purchase or sale, refinance a property, transfer a title or otherwise, we are equipped to handle the most basic to the most complex of transactions.

Our team is committed to working closely with clients from beginning to end, ensuring we drive real estate transactions to full completion. From the moment you consider making an offer to receiving the keys (or a cheque), we will be there for you—providing clear, succinct advice every step of the way.

Corporate Law

With a strong understanding of the mechanics associated with corporate structures, Hutch Law helps small and medium-sized businesses conduct important transactions including incorporations, share purchases, creating partnerships, corporate restructuring, and drawing up contracts.

Working with all critical parties (including accountants, real estate companies and financial advisors), we are experts in creating effective strategies—unravelling and facilitating the complexities of each legal process and transaction, while keeping your business running smoothly.

Environmental Law

With an extensive background in environmental science, corporate due diligence and regulatory compliance, Hutch Law expertly handles environmental legal issues for residential (including rural), agricultural, and corporate clients. We also provide environmental law firms the support they need with their own client files.

Our services include thorough research pertaining to environmental matters and regulations; impact assessment studies (Phase I or Phase II); consulting on contamination, brownfield and remediated sites; and conducting transactions such as drafting agreements, reviewing contracts, and splitting properties.