SERVING CLIENTS IN THE FRASER VALLEY and Lower Mainland

 

Serving the community of Surrey, BC

 

Our City

The City of Surrey is the largest city in Metro Vancouver and the second most populated. We are a forward-thinking, global leader in building vibrant, sustainable communities through technology and innovation. Our city is one of the fastest-growing, culturally diverse cities in Canada. It is full of impressive parks, accessible recreation centres, and protected heritage sites. Residents enjoy easy access to world-class healthcare, education, employment opportunities, and transportation within the Greater Vancouver Regional District.

A majority of our lawyers live in the Surrey community and have kids in Surrey schools, where they volunteer their time on coaching sports teams or fundraising events such as Hockey for Homeless, Surrey School District, and the Special Track Meet. Valuing the importance of supporting our community, our lawyers regularly give back through donations to Surrey Food Bank and Christmas Bureau, MS Society and the Kidney Foundation.

Our Dedication

Whether you have a personal or business-related need, we are here to help. We provide all of our clients with an individualized approach to their legal issues or concerns and ensure an efficient process.

Our lawyers will work with you to understand your needs and listen to your concerns. We are the lawyers that take the time to listen and understand your specific needs, provide guidance all the way through, and put your interests first. Our lawyers are committed to providing honest, competent legal services effective on your behalf. We are proud of our diverse backgrounds and speak several languages including English, Punjabi, Hindi, Spanish, and more.

We work hard every day to pursue the results you deserve. We are always available as a trusted source of information for questions and advice. We’re dedicated to keeping your business informed, so we offer regular communication and cost-sensitive legal representation. Our examiners have extensive experience representing clients in all forms of dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration, in addition to services in negotiation or litigation.

Our Surrey Lawyers

KSW Lawyers Involvement in the community of Surrey

 

KSW Lawyers team members are involved and support a wide variety of professional, charitable, environmental, service, and cultural organizations within the community.

Rory Morgan our KSW Lawyer sits and volunteers on the board of directors for the Surrey Board of Trade. Along with Chris Drinovz, who is also a part of various Surrey Board of Trade committees volunteering his time, including the Employer Panel, through which he got to work on creating the first in Canada COVID-19 Playbook for Workforce and Employer Resilience.

Our lawyer, Melanie Booth, previously served her the community with her work on the City of Surrey’s Council to the Parks, Recreation and Sport Tourism Committee, and often participates in Surrey Christian School Committees and volunteer opportunities.

While two of our Partners, Peter Unruh and Chris Drinovz, volunteer on the Board of Directors for Surrey Cares Foundation, they have made significant contributions to distributing emergency COVID-19 funds provided by the Federal Government that were awarded to local Surrey non-profit organizations when the pandemic began.

Working Close to home

KSW Lawyers Sponsorship

Surrey Golf Tournament

KSW Lawyers is proud to be supporting the SBOT Fun in the Sun Charity Golf Tournament as a sponsor and Foursome Team. Come visit our KSW Tent for fun draws and activities on June 3, 2021!

The Surrey Board of Trade attracts businesses to Surrey and supports businesses in Surrey. It provides businesses and organizations with economic opportunity, workplace development and education, international trade, government advocacy and business connections. It believes that transportation and education are the two economic foundations of building our city.

Surrey Christian School “A Night to Inspire Gala” Sponsorship

 Donating Prizes valued at $1000 – See our promotional video

Contact us today!

Surrey (Main Office)

#220-7565 132nd Street, Surrey, BC V3W 1K5

Toll-free: 1-877-738-3797

P: 604-591-7321

F: 604-591-7149

 

South Surrey Office

#206-15300 Croydon Drive, Surrey BC V3Z 0Z5

P: 604-535-8770

F: 604-535-8771

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