John Gignac

John Gignac - HGR Graham Partners LLP
John Gignac - HGR Graham Partners LLP
  • 705.526.2232 ext. 239
  • John Gignac

John Gignac is a lawyer practicing Real Estate, Estate Administration and Estate Planning in Penetanguishene, Ontario.


Credentials

  • Legal Education: Osgoode Hall Law School (1973, LL.B.)
  • Admitted to Bar: 1975
  • Areas of Practice: Real Estate, Estate Administration, Estate Planning

“Very Professional and Efficient”

“Satisfied with the service provided…”

It was prompt and very professionally done.

“Service was perfect…”

John thought of everything. HGRGP and John will take care of all legal matters.

“Our experience exceeded our exceptions…”

The update of our Wills and Power of Attorneys was excellent. John made excellent suggestions and had a quick turn around time. John provided expert advice at a good value. The price was good compared to Oakville where our permanent residence is and where we had previously had our Wills and Power of Attorneys done.

“Excellent service…”

John takes time to explain things so we that understand them clearly.

“Always impressed with Mr. Gignac’s pleasant and friendly attitude.”

“We were happy…”

and have no concerns for changes or improvements with out experience that we would suggest.

“John is most comfortable to work with…”

We are extremely happy with all dealings with him! Service was fast, complete and exactly as we talked about.

“Our experience exceeded our exceptions…”

The update of our Wills and Power of Attorneys was excellent. John made excellent suggestions and had a quick turn around time. John provided expert advice at a good value. The price was good compared to Oakville where our permanent residence is and where we had previously had our wills and Power of Attorneys done.

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