Balint Law

Raised in London, Ontario, Beata Balint attended and received her undergraduate degree at Western University and went on to receive her Dual Juris Doctorate from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law Dual J.D. program where she also attended the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in Detroit, Michigan.

Residential Real Estate

Buying or selling a home is probably the most significant financial transaction that anyone undertakes in their lifetime. While this can be an exciting time, without the proper legal guidance, the process can be frustrating, overwhelming and more expensive than necessary. Even if purchasing or selling real estate seems like a relatively straightforward transaction: make an offer, wait for acceptance, settle the deal and exchange the money, each step of the purchase and sale process represents a potential point of disagreement or misunderstanding. It is advisable for each party to enter into real estate transactions with their own lawyer who can help steer them away from potential traps and make the transaction an enjoyable experience. In order to escape the many lurking pitfalls inherent in real estate transactions, we encourage you to contact our real estate lawyer for more information or schedule a consultation.

We represent Buyers, Sellers and Financial Institutions from drafting a Purchase and Sale Agreement through obtaining the final Title Insurance Policy.

Employment Law

Among the sources of employment law, the workplace in Ontario is regulated by federal or provincial legislation, such as the Employment Standards Act, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, and even Ontario’s Human Rights Code, which set forth strict guidelines on employment procedures which impact both employers and employees. With the web of common law, federal, provincial and human rights statutes and regulations, it is important that you consult an employment lawyer regarding all workplace-related issues.

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General Litigation

It is not that unusual for individuals or businesses to find themselves involved in a legal dispute with another party. Disputes of this nature, such as a breach of contract, typically fall under what is known as civil litigation which entails the use of courts or arbitrators for adjudication.

For plaintiffs involved in a civil litigation matter, the objective is to right a wrong, honour an agreement, or to obtain compensation for damages. Defendants in a civil litigation matter will want to aggressively protect their rights in opposing the plaintiff’s claim.

Whether you are a plaintiff or defendant, our lawyer will work closely with you to evaluate your potential claims or defenses related to your commercial, professional, employment, or personal dispute that is the subject of litigation.

Representing Business Owners

No matter how small, every business stands to benefit from the advice of qualified legal counsel.  Depending on the particular business, the full-time services of an in-house lawyer may be not necessary or might not be financially feasible.  Retaining “outside general counsel” can provide much of the same services as in-house counsel based on the needs of your specific business.

Our lawyer provides general counsel services to small businesses on a regular basis.  She can be retained to advise on day to day legal issues that arise or brought in on a more comprehensive level for specific matters and projects.  Our lawyer will get to know your business and understand your goals in order to consistently act with those interests in mind.

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