What We Do

Purvis Culbert Law is a general practice firm. Our practice areas include, but are not limited to the below:


We Practice

Family Law

A family breakdown is one of the most difficult experiences a person can go through. We bring an understanding and compassionate perspective to family disputes. We and our staff have years of experience negotiating and litigating family law matters.

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  • Spousal/Child support
  • Marital property disputes
  • Custody & access issues
  • Adoption applications

Corporate & Commercial Law

We strive to provide our corporate and commercial clients with a “user-friendly” experience by combining our legal knowledge and common sense approach to our clients’ files. We provide value to our clients by understanding their business and tailoring our approach to best fit their needs.

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  • Reorganizations
  • Share transfers
  • Loans
  • Secured Transactions
  • Tax law advice

Real Estate/Property

We are skilled and experienced in commercial and residential sales, purchases, commercial and residential leasing, mortgages, and  other real estate matters.

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  • Residential real estate transactions
  • Mortgages
  • Property disputes

Wills & Estate Planning

While it can be difficult to think about unfortunate circumstances in your personal and family life, it is important to be proactive about estate planning matters. We can provide you with the advice you need to ensure that you make informed decisions when planning for your future.

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  • Powers of Attorney
  • Probate matters (applications for probate, administration, etc.)
  • Tax consequences

Employment Law

The loss of a job or difficulties in a workplace can be stressful. We provide sound legal advice to both employees and employers on how to protect their interests in an employment relationship or after the employment relationship ends.

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  • Constructive dismissal;
  • Employment Standards (fair wages, vacation pay, etc);