Heather
Babcock-Cormier

Heather
Babcock-Cormier

ASSOCIATE

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SERVICES

Clerks / Assistants

Michelle Lambert

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PROFILE

Heather recently joined Brazeau Seller Law as a member of the real estate team after relocating to the Ottawa area with her family.  Immediately prior to joining Brazeau Seller, Heather gained invaluable experience working for one of Ontario’s largest municipalities providing sophisticated and timely advice on the acquisition of lands required for major infrastructure projects, including by way of the expropriation.  Before working with the government, Heather was in private practice at a large national firm and has also worked with two smaller firms in the Greater Toronto Area.

Heather’s extensive knowledge will help our clients’ needs across all aspects of real estate, including:

Residential Real Estate

  • The purchase and sale of a home, condominium or cottage (either new build or resale) 
  • Refinancing 
  • Residential lease reviews, including mobile home park leases, seasonal campground leases, and life lease communities

PROFILE

Heather recently joined Brazeau Seller Law as a member of the real estate team after relocating to the Ottawa area with her family.  Immediately prior to joining Brazeau Seller, Heather gained invaluable experience working for one of Ontario’s largest municipalities providing sophisticated and timely advice on the acquisition of lands required for major infrastructure projects, including by way of the expropriation.  Before working with the government, Heather was in private practice at a large national firm and has also worked with two smaller firms in the Greater Toronto Area.

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Municipal Real Estate

  • Expropriation related matters, including lands expropriated for road widenings and capital works
  • Conveyance of lands and easements to municipalities, utilities, conservation authorities or for the preservation and conservation of land

Heather earned her law degree from Western University in 1999.   

Heather is learning more about her new home in the Ottawa area where she is notably enjoying the benefits of rural living.  When not in the garden, Heather can be found planning her family’s next cross-country RV adventure.

BAR ADMISSIONS

Ontario, 2001

MEMBERSHIPS

Ontario Expropriation Association
Ottawa Board of Trade
County of Carleton Law Association
Women’s Executive Network, Ottawa