Trusted Experience, Proven Results

Our mission is to provide our clients with knowledgeable, in-depth legal guidance and service in a timely manner and at a reasonable price.

We are dedicated to providing our clients with value and meeting our clients’ requirements. The people at CARREL+Partners LLP are our chief resource and we strive to utilize them to the best of their ability, in the best interests of all our clients, while we actively seek new opportunities for growth.

CARREL+Partners LLP History

CARREL+Partners LLP has been meeting the legal needs of the people of Northwestern Ontario since 1967, although the roots of the firm date back over a century. John Carrel, QC, who died in 2000, helped establish a firm that constantly strives to live up to his legacy of integrity, tenacity, skill and commitment to our clients and the legal profession. In honour of Mr. Carrel’s legacy, the firm retains his name.

No Problem Too Large

Whatever legal problem you are facing, we will sit and talk with you, one on one, and help you make decisions that are in your best interests. By keeping you informed every step of the way, you will always know exactly where you stand.

This is the kind of commitment and dedication you will get from our whole team at CARREL+Partners LLP. Our lawyers are known for their commitment, dedication, and sheer tenacity. We do more than represent you; we look after you.

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