Areas of Practice
Business & Commercial Law
Sound corporate law advice is essential for an organization to function at its best. With a full array of corporate law services, you let us know what you need, and we’ll get it done. Our clients range from the world’s leading technology institutions and public companies to private businesses and local entrepreneurs.
In the world of business, things move fast and so does Sukh Law when it comes to helping your business achieve its goals. We first begin with understanding your business. Next, we learn about your goals and aspirations. Using both business and legal experience, we provide tailored legal advice and practical service.
We deliver proven results in a full array of corporate legal services, including:
- Corporate Governance
- Amalgamation and Dissolutions
- Section 85 rollovers and Section 86 exchanges
- Corporate Financing
- Shareholder Agreements
- Not For Profits / Charities
Real Estate Law
Whether you are buying a home, selling a home or need to refinance your mortgage, Sukh Law can handle all your real estate needs. We can help with both residential and commercial real estate transactions.
In today’s market, especially in and near Toronto, the largest and most cosmopolitan city of Ontario, real estate is the largest commodity you will own in your entire life. Understanding that a real estate transaction is a very important and stressful time for you, we use our wide range of knowledge and experience to protect your investment. At Sukh Law, we are always available to help and have a strict ‘No Question Is Too Small or Dumb to Ask’ policy. We encourage our clients to prepare a list of questions and do our best to provide regular updates throughout the process.
It is highly recommended to contact a lawyer as early in the transaction as possible. The real estate services at Sukh Law include:
- Purchasing & Selling Residential & Commercial Property
- New Mortgage
- Agreement of Purchase and Sale (APS) Review
- Condominium Status Certificate Review
- Commercial & Residential Leasing
- Power of Sale & Foreclosure
- Pre-construction Terms Negotiation
- Independent Legal Advice (ILA)
Lawsuits are complicated and involve many steps. You are best advised to hire an experienced Civil Litigator who has the skills necessary to win your case.
In Ontario, the litigation process is governed by the Rules of Civil Procedure and the Courts of Justice Act. It takes years of knowledge and experience to properly navigate the Court System. At Sukh Law, we know how to get results for our clients. We work with you to obtain outcomes that fit your individual objectives and financial constraints.
Some of the many steps we help our clients with everyday include:
- Affidavits of Documents
- Discovery Examinations
Wills and Estate Planning
Making decisions concerning succession after death can be an uncomfortable and challenging process. At Sukh Law, we never use a one-size-fits-all approach. We gain a thorough and detailed understanding of your goals and then help you transform those goals into concrete plans.
No matter what the size or complexity of your situation or estate, we can provide legal advice on areas that include:
- Primary Wills
- Secondary Wills
- Establishing Trusts
- Providing for beneficiaries with special needs
- Minimizing tax and probate fees
- Charitable gifts
- Power of Attorney for Personal Care
- Power of Attorney for Property & Financial Matters
Let’s Work Together
Recent Blog Posts
As recent month to month inflation rates for Canada continue to remain above 5%, with some months as high as 8% (in the year of 2022), the Bank of Canada continues to warn Canadians of further interest rate hikes even after the multiple interest rate increases we have experienced this year. If you are in the process of obtaining a new mortgage, whether you are refinancing or purchasing a property, higher interest rates mean increased monthly mortgage payments and decreased affordability. However, what happens if you have an existing mortgage and the Bank of Canada and prime rates increase?
Simply, yes, all corporations (whether it is an Ontario Corporation or a Federal Canadian Corporation) are required by law to maintain a minute book with up-to-date and accurate records. To help ensure that your corporation is in compliance, this article discusses the different parts that form a corporate minute book.
For those who have already gone through the process of purchasing a new construction home and purchasing a resale home, you know that the purchasing experience is surely not the same. It can be especially daunting as more homebuyers are dealing directly with a builder’s (seller’s) representative when purchasing compared to resale transactions which more than not have a realtor representing and guiding you throughout the process.
Why Sukh Law
Our pledge to you is a simple one. Full commitment to provide the highest quality of personalized legal advice and service to help you secure a better future. Here is why you should choose us:
✓ Dedication to Innovative Legal Services
✓ Evenings & Weekends Appointment Availability
✓ Green and Eco-friendly Cloud-based Solutions
✓ Remote and Video Conferencing Capabilities
✓ Mobile Services
✓ Affordable & Competitive Pricing
✓ Trusted Legal Expertise
Meet the Lawyer
SUKHMAN SINGH SANDHU
Barrister & Solicitor | BSc (Hons), JD
Life is like a never-ending jigsaw puzzle. You aim to put all the various pieces together to create a future that aligns with your desires, goals, and dreams. Your jigsaw big picture is a very personal and unique one. Through extensive background research and in-depth one on one conversations, I strive to understand your big picture. I help put all the pieces together and find ways to prevent, navigate through or eliminate any obstacles that might be in your way.
Sukhman completed his Juris Doctorate from the University of Windsor Law School. During his academic tenure at Windsor Law, he served as the President of the Windsor Intellectual Property and Information Technology Club and Vice-President of the Windsor Law Tennis Club. Sukhman is credited with co-founding USH Technologies Inc., a Canadian start-up cultivated from a law school dorm room. He currently represents individuals, small businesses and large institutions and maintains a great track record of obtaining successful results.
During his leisure time, Sukhman enjoys travelling, strength training and playing tennis and golf.