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Whittle & Company, Lawyers


Areas of Pactice

There are many reasons to retain Whittle & Company, Lawyers, including obtaining advice and representation on matters of:  

  • Aboriginal law
  • Administrative law
  • Business law
  • Constitutional law  
  • Construction law         
  • Contract law 
  • Corporate law
  • Employment and Labour law
  • Family law (including Collaborative law)
  • Human Rights
  • Municipal law
  • Personal Injury​
  • Insurance
  • Transportation
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Coverage
  • Bodily Injury
  • Wills 
  • Estates
  • Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Mining Law 
  • Defamation

Your Decision

Once you have decided to retain Whittle & Company, Lawyers, we will help you understand our process from the very first consultation to the closing of your file. We value our client’s time and ensure that we use your time wisely. 

Conflict of Interest

Upon the initial contact we are required by Yukon Law Society Rules and British Columbia Law Society Rules to ensure that we do not have any conflict of interest between you and the other party or parties.

We cannot represent you if we have already spoken to, or have been retained by, the other party or parties involved. Once we have determined that no conflict exists, we are able to participate in meaningful communications with you to obtain further information about your issue.

Every client is asked to fill out our client information form before the initial consultation. This allows us to understand your situation upon the first consultation.



 The initial consultation concentrates on gathering and reviewing with you the facts of your matter and discussing the various options available to you. 

Fees Explained

Whittle & Company, Lawyers, rates are dependent on the lawyer with whom you meet. 

Whittle & Company, Lawyers, charge for the initial consultation.