Meeting your family's unique needs is important - especially in the face of significant change. We can help clients ensure they can support the needs of their family through issues such as separation, child custody disagreements, and divorce. Also, we can help protect your interests and confirm your intentions through the use of cohabitation and pre-nuptial agreements. Read more about our work in this area here.
Disputes between people, businesses, and/or organizations require proactive steps to identify and resolve issues, and attention to detail. Our lawyers are experienced in meeting client needs in a variety of civil litigation situations. Read more about our work in this area here.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, farmland, rental or commercial property, or whether you are refinancing an existing property, we can help you through each step of the process. Read more about our work in this area here.
Operating a business is challenging, whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation. We can help you take care of your business plan, so you can take care of your business. Read more about our work in this area here.
Wills & Estates
Young or old, the preparation of a Will and Power of Attorney provides a sense of security, knowing that your family is taken care of, your affairs are organized and your estate will be divided in accordance with your wishes. Read more about our work in this area here.
About Bennet Waugh Corne
Bennet Waugh Corne is a unique law firm dedicated to finding the right solution for all legal issues the family can encounter in their personal and business lives. We pride ourselves on developing good client relationships, and doing our best to make sure our clients' needs are met, and their concerns are addressed.
BWC is pleased to announce that Renee D. Nichols will be joining the firm in February 2017. Renee has been practising law for over 20 years, primarily in the areas of family law and child protection. Renee has also developed her skills as a mediator, addressing family law disputes. ...