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Old House Law

Lyle Carlstrom Personal Law Corporation

Old House Notary

T. Dale Roberts Notary Corporation

You receive the benefit of both worlds- non-contentious legal work from a notary specialist in property law, and a highly experienced estate and corporate lawyer, all in one package.

Our Principles

You should know exactly what your legal work will cost, so we eliminated hourly billing.

We think you should love the atmosphere when you come to see us, so we are located in a unique and accessible office in one of the Comox Valley’s most iconic locations. 

You love this community and so do we, so we give back, to help make this an even better place to live. 

You deserve to be treated well and deal with exceptional, friendly and competent people, so that’s who works here. 

Your time is precious, so we use innovative techniques like drop-in notarization times and we only offer services in which we excel. 

Almost all of our business comes from referrals and we want to work for people we like, so we will do our darndest to give you a reason to refer us to your friends and family. 

In a world of fake news, we want to make sure you get trusted advice. 

An office is better with a dog in it.

 

Located at the Old House
1760 Riverside Lane, Courtenay, BC V9N 8C7
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (250) 871-7737 Fax: (250) 871-7738
OPEN 9:00 to 4:00 MONDAY TO FRIDAY.
OTHER TIMES BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
DROP-IN TIMES FOR NOTARIZATIONS-
3:00 TO 4:00 MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS
9:15 TO 10:00 TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS

 

 

You will find us between the two halves of the Old House Suites Hotel and Spa, in the same building as Locals Restaurant. Locals’ entrance faces the Courtenay River. Our entrance faces Riverside Lane. You will see a ramp leading from the parking lot to our office.
The building was the location of the Old House Restaurant from approximately 1974 to 2011 (although it went through a short and weird period as Tomato Tomato in 2006). Prior to that, it was the home of the Kirk family, who had the Home Oil bulk dealership next door. Ask us about Lena, the ghost. Prior to European settlement, it was home to a K’ómoks village.
The old Field’s sawmill site across the river is being returned from being an industrial site to an approximation of it’s pre-industrial use and will be named by it’s K’ómoks name, Kus Kus Sum. Project Watershed is spearheading the fundraising. Old House Law Professionals is supporting this transformation.