Martin D. Fineberg
Main Office: (506) 634-1600
Direct Line: (506) 648-0342
Fax: (506) 634-7722
Assistant: Tessa Lynn
Direct Line: (506) 648-0375
Assistant (Wills & Estates): Barbara Stewart
Direct Line: (506) 648-0347
Assistant (Property): Marion Beckwith
Direct Line: (506) 648-0369
Assistant (Family): Alexa Pitre
Direct Line: (506) 648-0360
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
Bachelor of Arts, University of Massachusetts, 1977
Bachelor of Laws, University of Ottawa, 1980
Admitted to the New Brunswick Law Society, 1981
Martin resides in the Town of Rothesay with his wife Stephanie and two children. He is a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, the Canadian Bar Association, the Atlantic Canada Trial Lawyers Association and a member of the Alternative Measures Committee for the County of Kings (New Brunswick). He was elected to represent Saint John County (New Brunswick) lawyers on the Law Society of New Brunswick Council, the governing body of the Law Society, from 2005-2007. He has been and continues to be a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick Compensation Fund Committee.
Martin has also been an active member of the community, giving his time to various civic bodies, including the Saint John Preservation Review Board (past Chairman), committee member making recommendations to the City of Saint John respecting the construction of Harbour Station, a founding member and a board member of the Imperial Theatre, having performed all legal work associated with its initial fund raising efforts ($1,000,000.00), establishments of its charitable corporate entity and respecting the acquisition of its major asset, the theatre itself. Martin was also a past President of the New Brunswick Water Ski Association, Board member of Saint Joseph’s Hospital and the New Brunswick Hospital Association, and president of the New Brunswick Senior AAA Hockey League for three years. Martin is an avid hockey, alpine and water ski sports enthusiast and participant, a motorcycle enthusiast and has recently taken up playing the guitar.
He has been and continues to be a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, and continues to be a member of the Compensation Fund Committee. He is also the past president of Water Ski New Brunswick and the New Brunswick Senior AAA Hockey League.