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Brandon Doughty

About Brandon Doughty


Main line: (613) 722-1500

Direct line: 613 369-0364

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Fax: 613 722-7677

I practice in real estate law and in estate planning matters and enjoy working with clients at different stages of their lives. I am happy to assist first-time home buyers, persons who are refinancing for new opportunities and those seeking advice in their will or power of attorney documents as a few examples.

Before joining Mann Lawyers, I articled and briefly practiced at a firm in the Ottawa Valley with offices in Deep River and Pembroke. I assisted clients in the County of Renfrew in real estate law, wills and estates and corporate law.

I graduated from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. While at Windsor, I had the opportunity to complete an externship with the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly in Toronto to assist vulnerable older adults across Ontario. I also competed in the Canadian National Negotiation Competition.

Prior to law school, I graduated from Ontario Tech University in Oshawa with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice. During this time, I was fortunate enough to get a brief glimpse into the law by completing a placement with the Durham Crown Attorney’s Office.

Outside of the office, I enjoy recreational powersports in the Valley, spending time with family and friends as well as my two dogs, “Meeko” the Morkie and “Ellie” the Corgi.

Brandon Doughty's Service Areas

Estate Administration
Real Estate
Wills, Trusts and Estates

The Latest From Brandon Doughty

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Posted August 30, 2022

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Posted May 10, 2022

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Posted April 14, 2022

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Posted March 21, 2022

The City of Ottawa’s Finance and Economic Development committee has approved a new vacant unit tax. The new tax is set to apply in 2022[...]

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