Media Kit – Innovative Law Firm

Media Kit – Innovative Law Firm

My name is Alistair Vigier and I am changing the legal industry. I decided to start ClearWay Law when I realized many clients were unhappy with the services they were receiving from other law firms. I also saw that many family lawyers were seriously stressed. This is a media kit for journalists looking for quotes or guest contributors.

I wanted to create a family law firm where clients could leave satisfied. Where family lawyers would be treated as human beings by the managing partner.

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We also decided to merge technology with our law firm. Our law firm is cloud based and paperless. The staff that support our Toronto lawyers work from cities across Canada (Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary and Regina.)

Remote working saves our firm and staff money. It also saves our clients money by lowering our expenses. It’s great for the environment (less paper used and less C02 from cars.)

Everything ClearWay Law does needs to benefit our clients, lawyers, staff, society and shareholders.

Read more: What Lawyers’ Changing Views Towards Technology Mean For Clients

You can see a list of some of the articles I have been featured in or contributed to in Victoria News, BCBusiness, and Canadian Lawyer.

 

I won the BCBusiness 30 under 30 Award in 2017.

Other past coverage of Alistair Vigier:

  1. Local entrepreneurs rising to top of business world – Saanich News
  2. Saanich entrepreneur sees opportunity in China – Victoria News
  3. Alternative business structures pushed for B.C. law firms – Business in Vancouver

When I am not helping clients connect with family lawyers, I enjoy assisting journalists to write on a wide variety of topics. My favorite topics to write or be interviewed about are:

  • Business in China,
  • Business development in professional services
  • Innovating the legal industry

You can text or call me at any time to provide quotes for your story. I can also connect you to other professionals in the industry.

Most people have either used a family lawyer or know someone close to them who has.

How many people are getting divorced?

New statistics come out every five years regarding divorce rates.

The most current divorce statistics show that:

  • 38-41% of Canadians are divorcing before their 30th year of marriage. This does not include those who only separate.
  • Second marriages are far more likely to end in divorce.
  • Successful remarriages often last longer.

Who says it:

  • Mary Bess Kelly, Divorce cases in civil court, 2010/2011 (2012) Juristat, online: Statistics Canada.
  • Anne-Marie Ambert, Divorce: Facts, Causes and Consequences, 3rd ed (Ottawa: Vanier Institute of the Family, 2009).

Who says it:

  • Mary Bess Kelly, Divorce cases in civil court, 2010/2011 (2012) Juristat, online: Statistics Canada <statcan.gc.ca>.
  • Anne-Marie Ambert, Divorce: Facts, Causes and Consequences, 3rd ed (Ottawa: Vanier Institute of the Family, 2009).

Divorce and conjugal statistics

  • 66 million Canadians are divorced
  • Quebec has the highest rate – 49.9%
  • 7.1% of Newfoundland and Labrador residents report being divorced
  • 21.3% of Canadian couples live common law

Interview source on entrepreneurship, business development, Canada-Chinese business relations

Victoria entrepreneur Alistair Vigier, winner of a BCBusiness 30 Under 30 Award in 2017, is available for interviews on entrepreneurship, business development or Canada-Chinese business relations.

He can be contacted at 647-360-6331

Vigier, the CEO of family and immigration law firm ClearWay Law, invites interviews on being a “lawtrepreneur.” He can speak to alternative fee arrangements for making legal services more affordable. ClearWay Law coaches self-represented litigants and can comment on how coaching helps clients navigate legal matters. Vigier travels to China around 5 times yearly and is available for interviews or to provide editorial content on that experience.

ClearWay Law started operations June 1, 2018. Its family law services include mediation and arbitration, child and spousal support, separation and divorce, family agreements, estate litigation, property and debt division and appeals. ClearWay Law provides immigration advice on student or work visas, permanent residency, citizenship and appeals.

Have questions about this media kit? Call or text me at 647-360-6331. I am happy to provide a quote or be a guest contributor. 

Canadian entrepreneur Alistair Vigier, winner of a BCBusiness 30 Under 30 Award in 2017, is available for interviews on entrepreneurship, family law, business development or Canada-Chinese relations. He can be contacted at 647-360-6331.

Vigier, the non-lawyer CEO of family and estate law firm ClearWay Law in Toronto, invites interviews on being a “lawtrepreneur.” He can speak to alternative fee arrangements for making legal services more affordable. ClearWay Law coaches self-represented litigants and can comment on how coaching helps clients navigate legal matters. Vigier travels to China three times yearly and is available for interviews or to provide editorial content on that experience.

Alistair Vigier

Before joining ClearWay Law, Vigier marketed The Wealthy Franchise, where he was president, and was in marketing and business development with the Commissionaires Victoria, the Islands and Yukon. He is a board member of the Downtown Victoria Business Association.

ClearWay Law started operations June 1, 2018. Its family law services include mediation and arbitration, child and spousal support, separation and divorce, family agreements, estate disputes, property and debt division and appeals. ClearWay Law also plans to provide immigration advice on student or work visas, permanent residency, citizenship and appeals in Beijing starting 2019.

Media contact:

Linda M. Mueller
Communications Manager
ClearWay Law
lin.m.mueller@gmail.com
250 203-7393
Follow us @ClearWayLaw

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