Litigation and Legal Services in Toronto

At Mills & Mills LLP, we believe in establishing and maintaining strong relationships with our clients. When you come to our firm, one lawyer will be your main point of contact, whatever your legal needs may be. Although each of our lawyers has specific areas of expertise, all are familiar with the full spectrum of practice areas we offer. This means they can remain thoroughly involved as your legal needs change, while relying on the specialized knowledge of others within the firm.

Estates, Commercial, Real Estate, Family and Employment Lawyers

Much of our practice originates from business law, with many of our business clients coming to trust us to handle their other legal affairs, such as wills and estates, real estate, and family matters.

Areas of Practice

Whether you are seeking advice for yourself, your family, a charitable organization, small business, or large multi-national corporation, Mills & Mills LLP has the expertise and resources to serve your needs. Our legal experts can advise and skillfully represent you in a wide range of practice areas including:

For over 130 years, Mills & Mills LLP has earned a reputation amongst our peers and clients for quality of service and breadth of knowledge. To learn more about our services and how we can put our knowledge to work for you, call us at 416-863-0125 or send us an email.

Latest Blog Posts

Author: Patricia Gordon

Clients are often apprehensive about their first meeting with a family lawyer. Knowing what to expect can ease anxiety and coming prepared for some of the questions you’ll be asked can help make the most of your time. While every meeting will be different, they often follow a general structure: Your lawyer will ask you…

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Shareholders agreement
Author: Daniel Thomson

I am often asked to explain what a “Tag-Along” (a.k.a. “Piggyback”) right is or what it means to be subject to a “Drag-Along” (a.k.a. “Co-Sale”) provision. These provisions are most typically set out in a corporation’s shareholders’ agreement.  I have seen them in a corporation’s articles, but that is a very rare place to put…

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Surviving spouse
Author: Meghan O'Neil

In my last blog, I outlined the rights a common law partner has against the estate of his or her deceased partner. As mentioned in that blog, a common law partner’s right against his or her partner’s estate is limited to a dependant’s relief claim or unjust enrichment claim. While a married spouse can also…

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