Marler Law Firm was founded by Jonathan H. Marler, who has over 40 years of experience as a lawyer and is well versed in the procedures and strategies that play a pivotal role in resolving legal problems.
We are cognizant of the fact that the legal system can be complex, frustrating and oftentimes intimidating to a client. So when we meet clients for an initial consultation, we ensure that we inform them of all the potential avenues and strategies that will work best for their particular situation, including alternative dispute resolutions such as mediation and arbitration.
At Marler Law Firm, our goal is to provide our clients with a holistic view of the issue at hand which takes into consideration the following:
1) Client's goals;
2) Court system to enforce the rights inclusive of time and energy; and
3) Legal costs.
Marler Law Firm will give your case the personal attention it deserves.
Contact us today for a free consultation (905) 338-2300.
Jonathan hails from a long lineage of family members engaged in both the legal and notarial profession in Canada since 1837, you can say that a passion for the law is in his blood.
He has been practicing law since 1973 as a litigator and has experience litigating civil, corporate, family, estate and contract matters.
He has chosen Oakville, Ontario as his home and his law firm due to his affinity for the lake and the marine activities it offers. He specifically chose the location of the firm at the corner of lakeshore and navy street in a building known as the Granary overlooking Sixteen Mile Creek, to be close to his beautiful sailboat.
When he is not working, he enjoys sailing, motorcycling, singing in a choir, spending time with his amazing wife, and visiting his adult children.
Jonathan's adventures include sailing in various parts of the world and motorcycling in New Zealand, India, and Morocco.
M. Danish Shah
M. Danish Shah hails from a military family that served under British India to serving in the Pakistani Air Force and the Civil Aviation Authority until their move to North America.
Danish has lived in Karachi, New York, Mississauga, Canterbury, and Regina.
He is a first-generation lawyer that believes that no one is above the law, not even those entrusted to preside over it.
Living in other parts of the world, he vehemently believes that the Canadian constitution, specifically The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom must be upheld at all times to maintain a free and democratic society.
He has been practicing law since 2014 as a litigator and has experience litigating administrative, criminal, family, and real estate matters.
He is a member of the following:
Law Society of Saskatchewan;
Law Society of Ontario;
ADR Institute Saskatchewan; and
Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan.