Andrew Guindon

Andrew C. Guindon

Andrew was born and raised in Eastern Ontario. After graduating from Tagwi Secondary School in 2012, he studied Finance and Economics at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Thereafter, he attended Law School at the University of Ottawa.

Andrew has been working at McDonald, Duncan, Doré LLP since finishing his first year of Law School in 2016. Since being Called to the Bar of Ontario in June 2019, he has been working at the firm full-time as an Associate Lawyer in the areas of Real Estate Law, both Residential and Commercial, Business Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, and Wills and Estates.

In his spare time, Andrew is an avid hiker, traveller, and hockey fan. He is also serving his first term as a Councillor for the Township of South Stormont and sits on the Board of Directors for the Lost Villages Historical Society and Museum.

Areas of Practice:
Real Estate, including
Purchases and sales of residential and commercial properties
Mortgages (including Private lending) and other refinancing
Drafting and reviewing Condominium documents
Boundary disputes

Business Law, including
Commercial Leasing
Incorporation of new businesses
Incorporation of Not-for-Profit Corporations
Applications for Charitable Status
Purchases and sales of a Business
Financing and secured transactions
Creating or reviewing employment contracts and policies

Landlord/Tenant Law, including
Tenant Eviction
Drafting of Residential Leases, Notices, and Applications
Attending to the Landlord Tenant Board

Wills and Estates, including
Drafting or reviewing Wills and Powers of Attorney
Applications for Certificates of Appointment with or without a Will (Probate)
Assistance with Estate Administration and distribution