Lawyers Providing Custom, Strategic Solutions in Oakville, Milton & Georgetown
Sweatman Law Firm is dedicated to providing successful outcomes in estate litigation, estate administration, estate planning, trusts, powers of attorney, guardianships, and elder law. We also provide advice, services and representation in matters involving residential real estate.
A Team of Experienced Lawyers
The founding and managing partner of our firm, Jasmine Sweatman, has over 20 years extensive experience in the field of estate law, including estate planning, trusts, powers of attorney and estate litigation, and has developed particular expertise in charitable bequest management. Jasmine Sweatman was designated as a Certified Specialist in Estates and Trusts Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2004. In addition, she has been recognized by Lexpert® as a leading practitioner in Charities and has been peer rated and listed by The Best Lawyers in Canada in the specialty of Estates and Trusts since 2009.
Jasmine Sweatman is the author of two books on powers of attorney and charitable bequests and writes frequently on topics in these areas. She leads a team of experienced lawyers who have a record of accomplishment in their respective practice areas.
Our Commitment to You
Our lawyers understand the importance of your legal matter. We take the time to understand your needs and concerns, and what you wish to accomplish. Based on your direction, we will then work diligently to help you achieve the best possible solution. We respond promptly when you call and keep you informed of important developments in your matter. You know that an experienced team of advisors and advocates is doing everything possible to help you achieve your goals.
Serving Oakville, Milton, Georgetown and Surrounding Areas – Contact Our Lawyers
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