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Downtown Maple Ridge firms combine offices

• Findlay Gunnell Sandor Law Partnership is moving in with Vernon & Thompson Law Group, just down the street on 119th Avenue in downtown Maple Ridge.

A shortage of space in Findlay’s building and some extra space in Vernon & Thompson’s office is prompting the move, early in 2013.

Findlay Gunnell Sandor specializes in personal injury/ICBC claims and criminal law, while Vernon & Thompson focuses on wills, estate planning, real estate, corporate law and personal injury litigation.

Bart Findlay says business has tripled since their office opened a decade ago, prompting the move.

“Our two law firms share key values in offering our clients the highest quality legal services,” Laurence Anderson, partner with Vernon & Thompson, says in a release.

“ We also share the importance of giving back to the community that we serve.

“There has always been a strong professional relationship between our firms and we have referred clients back and forth over the years to ensure that people get the expertise that they need to resolve their legal matters.”

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