Contract Disputes, Debt Claims, Commencing or Defending Civil Claims, BC Supreme Court, Small Claims Court.
Builders Liens, CPLs, Contract Disputes, Unpaid Invoices, Delays, Deficiencies, Demand Letters, Court Claims.
Termination from Employment, Wrongful Dismissal, Constructive Dismissal, With Cause, Without Cause, and Human Rights.
Real Estate Litigation
Contract Disputes, Demand Letters, Negotiation, Commencing or Defending Civil Claims involving Real Property.
Real Estate Transactions
Buying and Selling Real Estate, Conveyancing, Re-Financing, Mortgages, Charges, and Discharges.
Divorce, Separation, Child Support, Custody, and Access, Spousal Support, Division of Assets, Prenuptial Agreements, Separation Agreements, Wills.
Helping clients in Nanaimo and Vancouver Island
To better serve our clients on Vancouver Island, Solimano Law has an office in downtown Nanaimo. Our lawyers help clients from Campbell River, to Nanaimo, to Duncan with matters related to civil litigation, employment law, family law, and divorce.
Why should I work with Solimano Law in Nanaimo?
It is important to work with a lawyer with whose personality you are comfortable. At Solimano Law, we uphold our reputation of having secured favourable resolutions for our clients while providing excellent client care.
Give us a call today at 250-900-4454 to find out how we can help you.
how it works
Let us know your legal issue
Call or e-mail our office to give us a short description of your legal issue. We will determine whether your issue is something that our office can assist you with.
Schedule a meeting
Our first meeting will generally last up to one hour. We take the time to listen, provide you with an initial opinion, advise you of your options, and our recommendation of how to proceed.
Choosing Solimano Law
If you choose to retain our office, Solimano Law is committed to working with you to resolve your legal issue using our firm’s approach: Client focused. Results driven.
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