Our focus: asset protection planning; aggressive litigation to protect your assets; painless bankruptcy; family law.
Barrister, Solicitor & Notary Public
Size of Organization: 10
Year Established: 2006Web Site: http://www.rogersonlaw.com
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Andrew was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1981 by Middle Temple, from whom he was a scholarship recipient. Subsequently, he served as a pupil in the Insolvency Chambers of Michael Crystal Q.C. in Gray's Inn. His early practice developed from insolvency and bankruptcy to encompass asset protection and estate planning, using trusts to divorce property issues, with an international focus. Since qualification, Andrew has practiced in South Africa, Australia, the Turks and Caicos Islands, Jersey (Channel Islands), Ontario, Alberta and as a barrister in London, England. His experience is evenly divided between advisory and drafting work and litigation, with many appearances as counsel in appellate courts in Canada and overseas. Andrew spent 11 years in offshore tax havens establishing asset protection structures and litigating trust issues.
As an experienced litigator, he has had a high ratio of success in advising clients whether or not to pursue a particular case.
In Canada, Andrew practices from offices in Toronto, Ottawa, Barrie and North Bay.
Internationally, Andrew serves clients in Dubai and London by visiting every three months.
Firm is associated with International Practice Group.
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Litigation department has a structured approach to early case assessment
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Educational programs designed to address the changing federal rules of civil procedure
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