O'Flynn Weese welcomes new associate lawyer Morgan Cassidy

O’Flynn Weese LLP is pleased to welcome Morgan Cassidy to the firm, effective March 5, 2018. Morgan has been practicing law for the past three years with a firm in London, Ontario. She was born and raised near Tweed and is moving home to the Quinte area to be closer to her family. Morgan earned an M.A. from Carleton University and graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Ontario. Morgan will be working closely with Bill King and his corporate and commercial clients. She will also be assisting Peter McCabe and his real estate clients. As well, Morgan will be pleased to welcome her own clients in these areas of practice. 

O'Flynn Weese welcomes back Anya-Deane Best from maternity leave

O'Flynn Weese LLP is thrilled to welcome back our partner Anya-Deane Best from a six-month maternity leave. Anya-Deane looks forward to continuing to provide her clients excellent service in the areas of Will and Estates, Corporate and Tax Planning, and Real Estate.

Departure of John Bonn

Effective September 30, 3017, John Bonn has left O’Flynn Weese LLP to join Hurley Law (in Belleville) to focus his practice on criminal prosecution and defence work. We wish John great success in his new practice. If you have questions about your file as a result of this change, please contact Christine Weese at extension 261

In memory of John Dale O'FLynn

John Dale O’Flynn like his grandfather and father, who both practiced law with our firm, was a lawyer at O’Flynn & O’Flynn and later at O’Flynn, O’Flynn & Weese from 1956 until 1976, when he was appointed as a Superior Court Judge. Sadly, John died on July 1st, 2015.

Despite the fact that John left the firm nearly 40 years ago, his legacy has continued to guide the firm to this day. It was John who instilled the firm with a strong sense of community service and a client first attitude. We are proud of our association with John and his family.

To this day, we have many clients who fondly remember John as a good lawyer, but more importantly as a GOOD PERSON.

John will be missed by everyone, who knew him; and that is a great legacy for any lawyer.

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