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The lawyers at Cunningham Swan Carty Little & Bonham LLP are the trusted successors to generations of outstanding lawyers. We offer a broad range of legal services to individual and corporate clients in the private and public sectors in Kingston and southeastern Ontario.

We’ve been around for a long time, we’ve seen it all, and we get it – that is why we’re able to understand our clients and help them with their diverse needs. With a long tradition of service dating back to 1894, Cunningham Swan is a Kingston-based law firm that provides high quality services to address simple and complex legal problems in a friendly and client -oriented atmosphere. Our standard of excellence has endured throughout the years. The strength and reputation of our firm is built on a strong foundation of ethics, ingenuity, and leadership.

Deeply rooted in Kingston and its communities, we strive to develop and nurture long-term relationships that enhance our clients’ success. Our lawyers and legal support staff from all practice groups work as a team in a manner that best serves the client. Simply put, if our clients succeed, then we succeed.

Our practice groups offer specialized services in a number of areas, including:

Latest Blog:   “Home Made” and Internet Separation Agreements – Are They Cost-Effective and Useful?

Increasingly separating couples are looking for ways to reduce the costs of separation. They might try alternative dispute resolution options,

Posted on October 21, 2014

At the Top!

On Sunday, October 4th, 2014, Cunningham Swan’s Lisa Asbreuk climbed to the top of a 322’ wind turbine west of Kingston.  Lisa is a corporate/commercial and energy law lawyer well known in the community for her work on renewable energy. On Sunday, she was part of a team who climbed the turbine to raise scholarship money for local post-secondary renewable energy programs.   The picture shows her at the top of the turbine. Thank you to all the sponsors in the community who supported Lisa!

Posted on October 14, 2014