GMLLP has temporarily suspended in-person meetings due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We continue to offer phone and video chat meetings to all new and existing clients.

We are already prepared to handle your legal matters online. All of our services include:

Speak to someone in person by calling 416-703-1900 (9a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday); or

Contact us by email or contact any of our team members.

Trial Lawyers for your difficult case

At Gill & Mulholland LLP we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of service with a personal approach that can only be provided by a boutique law firm. Our clients and lawyers work closely together to solve our clients’ legal problems, finding the right solution for each situation. Whether it’s litigation, mediation or creative problem solving, we remain focussed on meeting each client’s own legal goals.

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    The Battle Between Neighbours Over the Great Canadian Maple Tree

    Don’t go barking up the wrong tree - unless you’ve first obtained a court order to do so. The matter...

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    The Sale of Your House Fails to Close – What Happens Next?

    Selling or buying a home is often one of the largest and most stressful financial transactions that a person will...

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    Keeping Municipalities’ Powers in Check

    A property owner can often feel helpless when a municipality starts telling them what to do with their land or...

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    When Does Your Marijuana Grow-Op Become a Processing Facility? The Importance of Considering Zoning By-laws when Growing Cannabis

    The legality of cannabis through Bill C-45 has created some unique challenges for many professionals, including real estate agents. One...

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    Realtors who hire telemarketers need to ensure that they are in compliance with the CRTC’s Do Not Call List Rules or risk hefty fines for themselves and their brokerages

    As a real estate agent, you have likely been approached by telemarketers (or other marketing companies) who promise to provide...

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    The Troubles of Multiple Representation

    Multiple representation, also known as double ending, occurs when two parties in a real estate transaction are represented by the...