New law office opens in Courtenay

Wayne Anderson opens Anderson & Co., a new law office in Courtenay.

Wayne Anderson

Wayne Anderson is pleased to announce the opening of Anderson & Co., a new law office at #106, 575 10th St. in Courtenay.

Anderson has moved to the Comox Valley from Calgary and will be continuing his legal practice of more than 25 years.

Anderson & Co. provides a full range of legal services to small business owners including business purchases and sales, incorporations, shareholder agreement preparation, contract preparation, commercial lease issues and commercial litigation.

During his years of practice, Anderson has worked with small businesses in various industry sectors from engineering to entertainment. His clients consider his counsel to be a trusted resource that has helped them to make confident managerial decisions. His substantial litigation experience brings credibility when commercial disputes occur.

In addition to his law practice, Anderson has lectured for several educational institutions on the subject of business start-ups and a variety of small business issues.

“The Comox Valley has a diverse business community, and I’m looking forward to meeting and working with local business owners and entrepreneurs,” Anderson said. “I value the long-term relationships that I’ve had with my clients through the years and it’s rewarding to know that they believe that my advice contributed in a meaningful way to their success. I intend to offer that same kind of service to business owners here in the Comox Valley.”

The office is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

To make an appointment call 250-871-8771. Visit

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