885 Danells Drive
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada, E2M 5A9

Tel: (506) 634-1600
Fax: (506) 634-0740
info@mosherchedore.ca

Brian’s current practice consist of a concentration on personal injury, estate law, and corporate law, with a special interest in immigration law. Brian worked for the Crown in the area of Civil and Criminal Law and was appointed as Special Prosecutor for the Federal Government. Brian is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, New Brunswick Law Society, Saint John Law Society, Association of Atlantic Trial Lawyers, Association of American Trial Lawyers, and has been involved in many political and community committees and organizations. He was appointed as Queen’s Counsel in 2003.

Areas of Practice

Accidents & Injuries
Corporate & Commercial
Estates
Family
Immigration
Real Estate
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

Reid is a seasoned practitioner who has tried civil and criminal cases over more than 33 years as a member of the New Brunswick Law Society and Canadian Bar Association. Reid Chedore and Brian Mosher are one of the oldest established partnerships in the City of Saint John, having practiced together for 32 years. Reid has represented clients in proceedings at all levels of court Provincial, Family, Trial, Appeal and Federal Court. Reid has represented parties before numerous administrative tribunals including the Real Estate and Labour Boards, Canada Pension Disability Board and Workers Compensation Board.

Areas of Practice

Accidents & Injuries
Corporate & Commercial
Criminal
Estates
Family
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

Martin has a wide-range of practice areas and represents clients in real estate transactions, civil litigation, personal injury, wills and estates, corporate and commercial, family and criminal law. He has extensive court room experiences, having appeared before various courts and administrative tribunals, including, the Supreme Court of Canada, the Probate Court, Provincial Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick (Trial and Family Divisions) New Brunswick of Appeal, Planning Advisory Committees, Municipal Councils, and various other Tribunals. Martin began his private practice in 1981 and was one of the three original members of the law firm of Mosher Chedore.

Areas of Practice

Accidents & Injuries
Corporate & Commercial
Criminal
Employment Law
Estates
Family
Real Estate
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

Harry has practiced law for the past 50 years in the areas of real estate, corporate, commercial, receivership and bankruptcy, immigration, estate, labour , employment, personal injury, and criminal law and appeared in all New Brunswick Criminal and Civil Courts and the Federal Court of Canada, both at the Trial and Appeal level. In addition, he has appeared before Planning and Labour Administrative Commissions and Tribunals and sat as a member and chairman of these Tribunals as well as provided commercial and Consumer Mediation and Arbitration Services. He also continues to offer commercial arbitration and mediation services.

Areas of Practice

Corporate & Commercial
Estates
Immigration
Real Estate
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

Shelley practices primarily in the area of real estate law and corporate and commercial law and estate law. Shelley has been practising law with Mosher Chedore since being admitted to the bar in 1988. Shelley is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the New Brunswick Law Society, and the Saint John Law Society.

Areas of Practice

Corporate & Commercial
Estates
Real Estate
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

Kim practices primarily in the area of family law litigation. Kim is regularly attends Court on behalf of clients at both the trial and appeal level in family and estate matters. She is a member of the Saint John Law Society, Law Society of New Brunswick, Canadian Bar Association, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and the International Association of Collaborative Professionals. Kim has practiced law with Mosher Chedore since October 1988.

Areas of Practice

Estates
Family
Real Estate
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

Brian practices primarily in the area of civil litigation, including personal injury, wrongful dismissals, property disputes and estate litigation. Brian has been practicing law with Mosher Chedore since being admitted to the bar in 1995. He has appeared before all levels of Court in New Brunswick, including the Court of Appeal as well as before several boards, tribunals and the Tax Court of Canada.

Areas of Practice

Accidents & Injuries
Employment
Estates
Real Estate
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

Sarah practices primarily in the area of family law, including divorce, separation, custody, support and domestic contracts.  Sarah passionately advocates for her clients, and their children.  She is a member of the Saint John Law Society, Law Society of New Brunswick and Canadian Bar Association.  Sarah joined Mosher Chedore as a Student-At-Law in May 2017, and has been practicing as a lawyer since her Bar Call in 2018.

Areas of Practice

Estates
Family
Real Estate
Wills & Powers of Attorney

 

After working over 20 years in the private sector Kelli returned to university in 2011 to pursue a career in law. She graduated from University of New Brunswick Law School in 2014 was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in June of 2015.
Kelli practices primarily in the area of Real Estate Law, Estate Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, and Family law.

Areas of Practice

Real Estate
Estates
Wills & Powers of Attorney
Corporate & Commercial
Family