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Email Disclaimer

Please read the following thoroughly before sending us an email:

Lindsay Kenney LLP would be pleased to discuss your legal issue with you, however, if you are looking for legal representation, there are some things you should know before you send us an e-mail:

a) Your response to this web page and/or any inquiry you make through our website does not create a lawyer/client relationship. Unless we are retained, we cannot guarantee or undertake to maintain your information in confidence. Anyone sending us confidential information prior to both parties agreeing that we will be your lawyers, runs the risk of disclosure and adverse use of their information. So, don’t send us anything confidential until you have talked to one of our lawyers and you have decided to retain us and we have agreed to act for you.

b) Upon receipt of your contact information we will be in touch and will first check to make sure that we wouldn’t have a conflict if we act for you. That means that if we are already acting for, or have acted for someone involved in your dispute, we can’t take your file. If that is the case, we’ll advise you immediately and won’t be able to help you.

c) The use of the internet or this form of communication with Lindsay Kenney LLP or any individual member of the firm is not secure and we cannot guarantee that information sent over the internet will remain confidential.

d) Information on this website is for general use only, is not legal advice, and because there are so many variables, should not be relied upon by you to deal with your legal problems. If you choose to rely on it, you do so at your own risk.

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Timothy N. Grier *

Partner - Langley

Timothy N. Grier is a partner at Lindsay Kenney in Langley, where he has practiced since being called to the bar in 1998. Since joining Lindsay Kenney in 2011, he has devoted himself to a solicitor’s practice focusing on business law. Mr. Grier was formerly with Cherrington Easingwood Kearl based in Fort Langley which merged with Lindsay Kenney in 2011.

Tim is a solicitor advising and acting on business purchases and sales, financing, and is active in both commercial and residential real estate. He frequently acts for commercial landlords and tenants both in drafting and contesting commercial leases. The experience gained in his former barrister’s work in commercial litigation, lien and foreclosure work informs the work he does now for landlords, tenants, lenders and borrowers. He particularly enjoys estate planning. Law is a second career for Mr. Grier. He feels strongly that it is a privilege to do the work he does for his clients, and strives to give them practical solutions to their legal problems. Tim has clients ranging in size from international corporations to individuals on modest incomes. Mr. Grier is frequently invited to give presentations on estate planning.

Tim Grier grew up on a family farm near Ogema, Saskatchewan. His first degree in History was granted by the University of Saskatchewan at Saskatoon. He worked for nine years as an ESL teacher in Tokyo, Japan. He is married with two school age children.

Timothy’s specific areas of interest include:

  • Business Incorporations
  • Partnership and corporate governance advice
  • Business Purchases and Sales acting for vendors and purchasers
  • Probate and Administration Applications
  • Committee Applications and related work assisting families with differently able family members
  • Employment law advice and negotiation with focus on wrongful dismissals claims
  • Commercial and residential real estate transactions
  • Secured lending acting for Borrowers and Lenders
  • Acts for Lessees and Landlords in dispute and negotiates effective settlements
  • Commercial Lease Drafting

 

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