William Doran, Attorney at Law

William Doran has a law practice in London, Ontario

Miller Thomson LLP

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: Family Law, Real Estate Law, Trusts & Estate Planning matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 519-931-3504
Website: www.millerthomson.com

Main Office Location:

255 Queens Avenue
London, Ontario
Practice Area
  • Family Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Trusts & Estate Planning

  • Ontario

  • University of Western Ontario, LL.B., 1997; Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, LL.M., 2010, University of Western Ontario, B.S.W., 1994

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