Lamarche, Lang & Barrett is a full-service firm with over 13 years of experience in each practice area, so whether your requirements are personal or business-related, we can help. At Lamarche, Lang & Barrett in Yukon, we have a strong history of serving corporate clients across the Yukon and the surrounding area. Our lawyers are highly qualified and experienced to serve all kinds of businesses. They have worked in a wide range of legal matters such as incorporation, partnership, sale of a business, shareholder agreements, asset purchases and more.
The lawyers at Lamarche, Lang & Barrett can identify potential issues and develop real-time and practical solutions for each client. We understand that each legal battle is different and needs a unique approach, and that’s why when you work with us, you are assigned to a dedicated lawyer. We take the time to understand your business and protect your interests. This helps us in understanding you better and working on a solution that will help us win the case.
Make the best utilization of our strategic planning and creative solutions and preserve your assets. Lamarche, Lang & Barrett also provides solutions for real estate law. We can help in drafting a will so that you can eliminate the uncertainties over the administration of property and financial assets.
As an association of independent barristers and solicitors, Lamarche, Lang & Barrett is your resource for commercial, real estate and corporate law in Yukon.
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The lawyers at Lamarche, Lang & Barrett have years of experience in handling a variety of cases to guide you through any legal matter. We have diverse clients with one common interest and that is the need for serious and sound legal representation. If you need help with a legal battle, we are your ‘go-to’ resource for immediate resolution. You should trust us as we:
If you need legal assistance from a corporate lawyer in the Yukon Territory, call the office of Lamarche, Lang & Barrett. Schedule an appointment with us and discuss your issues.