J. Alden Christian, Attorney at Law

J. Alden Christian has a law practice in Ottawa, Ontario

Doucet McBride LLP

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 613-233-4474 Ext: 231
Fax: 613-233-8868

Main Office Location:

100-85 Plymouth St.
Ottawa, Ontario
Practice Area
English
Qualification

  • New Brunswick, Ontario

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Caledon EnterpriseA recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision held that people who have gone through the bankruptcy process should not have to have to pay their 407 bills. Hamilton lawyer David Thompson has launched a class-action lawsuit on behalf of people who went ... more »
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