Chrisandra Firth

Chrisandra Firth - HGR Graham Partners LLP
Chrisandra Firth - HGR Graham Partners LLP
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Chrisandra received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Administrative and Commercial Studies from the University of Western Ontario in 1989. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario Law School in 1993 and has practiced in Orillia since being called to the Bar in 1995.

After practicing with W.H. Hamilton for the first five years of her career and then on her own for the next three years, she joined the practice of Zwicker Evans Lewis, LLP in 2003.

Chrisandra maintains a law practice serving clients in the areas of real estate, estate planning and estate administration. Her real estate practice involves managing the legal complexities of residential and commercial purchases, as well as sales and mortgage/financing transactions. Her estates practice provides clients with both planning advice (including drafting wills, powers of attorney and living wills) and administration advice.

Chrisandra is an active volunteer in the community with time spent supporting the Couchiching Conservancy and Habitat for Humanity. She is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association and is past president of the Orillia Law Association. Chrisandra balances a professional life and family commitments while enjoying the many outdoor activities offered in Simcoe County.


Credentials

  • Legal Education: University of Western Ontario Law School (LL.B.)
  • Admitted to Bar: 1995
  • Areas of Practice: Real Estate, Wills and Powers of Attorney, Estate Administration

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