Whether you’re facing a specific legal issue or have questions that only a lawyer can properly answer, Deanna Huclack Professional Corp is here to help. Deanna Huclack works hard to support her clients no matter the situation at hand.
Deanna Huclack Professional Corp understands that looming legal issues can be stressful and overwhelming. That’s why she believes in giving clients her full attention and treating them with care and respect. When you work with Deanna Huclack, you’ll get the benefit of:
- A knowledgeable professional
- Convenient office hours
- Reasonable fees
Attempting to tackle a legal matter on your own can end up negatively impacting the outcome of your situation. Why risk such repercussions when a dedicated lawyer can be on hand to offer guidance when you need it the most? To set up an appointment or learn more about Deanna Huclack’s Bolton, ON law practice, call Deanna Huclack Professional Corp today.
Deanna was called to the Ontario Bar in 1999, after a highly successful career as a personal banker. She practices residential real estate law; Wills and Estate Administration; and family law.
In all areas of her practice, Deanna has a strong client-centered philosophy. Regardless of whether it is the excitement of buying a new home, the poignancy of dealing with the death of a loved one; or the distress of a family breakdown, Deanna brings compassion and a professional manner to the most difficult and sensitive of situations. Her down-to-earth manner and practical approach minimizes the stress involved for her clients and allows them to move forward as quickly as possible, meeting and exceeding client needs and expectations in a cost effective, timely, and efficient manner.
Deanna serves clients throughout the Greater Toronto and surrounding regions including Peel, Dufferin, York, and Simcoe. She also understands the importance of regular and meaningful communications and strives to return all calls within 48 hours.
- L.L.B. from Osgoode Hall, York University
- Bachelor of Arts Degree (with distinction) from the University of Toronto
- Canadian Credit Institute, Fellowship designation
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Canadian Bar Association
- Peel Law Association