About the firm
Established in April 2017, Martin Law was created in response to a need for a law firm that serves to assist and educate clients during the course of a file. In a short while, Martin Law has quickly become a pacesetter when it comes to real estate and business law and has placed an emphasis on delivering superior legal advice and representation in these areas.
Ryan Martin and his team completely take the stress out of the real estate transaction . While most firms will require their clients to attend several meetings over the course of the transaction, Martin Law relieves you of this extra burden by trying to get the file completed with just a single meeting. This means that you can have your transaction dealt with in record time and to your satisfaction.
At Martin Law, your problems will be dealt with in a flexible, hands-on manner. And your options will be explained in detail. You will be kept involved in the process as much or as little as you choose.
Ryan P. Martin B.A., J.D.
Since graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School, Ryan has worked on dozens of real estate transactions representing both sellers and buyers in both commercial and residential contexts. He has appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice for a wide variety of criminal and family law matters. Now, Ryan continues to build a reputation as a lawyer who works tirelessly for his clients throughout a real estate or commercial transaction.
Ryan has received praise from his clients as a lawyer who possesses a unique ability to reduce complex legal jargon down to clear and simple terms. His personable style coupled with his commitment to getting the best result for clients in litigation contexts, means he can be a valuable legal adviser to you if you are selling or buying your property or if you are in need of a lawyer to assist with drafting commercial agreements.
Prior to starting Martin Law, Ryan also practiced in the area of family law where he represented clients in complex family law mediation and negotiation sessions and in motions before the Superior Court of Justice.