Me Magalie Nicolau
Originally from Aylmer, Me Magalie Nicolau was sworn in as a notary by the Chambre des notaires du Québec in 2008. With over 10 years of experience in Montreal as a notary, Me Nicolau joined L’Étude du Vieux-Aylmer in 2018 as an associate. During her career she has developed an expertise in real estate and family law. Fully bilingual, Me Nicolau will serve customers with professionalism and profiency in either official language.
Her customers benefit from sound advice throughout all aspects of their transaction. Me Nicolau’s listening skills, her openness and her professionalism are major assets that instill trust in her customers. On top of her outstanding professional qualifications, Me Nicolau stands out because of her caring and goodwill. As a people’s person, she is always there for her customers.[email protected]
Me Patrice Provost
Me Patrice Provost has been a practicing notary since 1991, and he founded L’Étude légale du Vieux-Aylmer in 1993. During his many years of practice, he has encountered and settled many situations in almost every field of law. His extensive experience as a generalist has been fundamental in resolving a large number of matters pertaining to family, corporate, inheritance and real estate law.
Me Provost practices in an atmosphere where goodwill and understanding are conducive to conflict resolution for his clients. The services he offers are of utmost quality, built on mutual trust established with his large clientele. His clear and concise explanations, extensive legal expertise and ability to simplify complex issues have been elemental in maintaining a loyal client base and serving many generations of satisfied customers.[email protected]