HGR Graham Partners LLP welcomes Sean Ainley and Suzanne Poole to the Partnership

Posted on 16 November 2017 Back to News


We are pleased to announce that Sean Ainley and Suzanne Poole will be admitted to the Partnership as of January 1, 2018.

Sean Ainley practices out of our Midland office assisting clients with residential and commercial real estate transactions, estate planning (wills, trusts and powers of attorney) and corporate/commercial legal matters. Sean is a long-time resident of Wasaga Beach and is involved in many local charities and organizations around the Southern Georgian Bay region.

Suzanne Poole is based in both our Penetanguishene and Midland offices.  Suzanne’s practice focuses on helping clients with their various legal needs in real estate and estate planning (wills, trusts and powers of attorney) areas of the law.  Suzanne is a long-time resident of the Midland and Penetanguishene area and has strong ties to the local legal community as well as many local organizations.


Please join us in congratulating Sean & Suzanne.




Phone: 705.526.2232 ext. 227
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Phone: 705.526.2232 ext. 237
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