Bruce Macdonald was called to the Bar in 1986 and is a member of the Litigation and Wills & Estates Department. He has a diversified litigation practice that includes family, criminal and civil litigation with a focus on client needs and objectives. By canvassing all methods of dispute resolution clients receive practical advice and cost effective representation.
Bruce’s family law practice involves the preparation and negotiation of cohabitation and marriage contracts as well as the negotiation and litigation of all issues arising from marriage and relationship breakdown, including custody, access, support and the division of property.
Bruce defends and advises clients on criminal matters and acts for both corporations and individuals. Bruce’s civil litigation practice includes litigating commercial, insolvency, real estate, estate and trust matters.
As a member of the Wills and Estates Department, Bruce advises clients on the preparation of wills and powers of attorney, estate administration, executorship, and related dispute resolution.
Admitted to the Bar – 1986
University of Western Ontario, LL.B, – 1984
University of Western Ontario, B.A. (Economics) – 1981
Law Society of Upper Canada
Lincoln County Law Association
Vice President, Canadian Henley Rowing Corporation
Organizing Committee, FISA 2010 World Rowing Masters Regatta
Past Executive Board Member – Lincoln County Law Association
Volunteer Committee Chair – Royal Canadian Henley Regatta (2006 – Present)
Past Board Member, Distress Centre of Niagara
Coach of youth and adult, competitive and recreational rowing