Quality Legal Services for Woodstock & Its Surrounding Area
Sandy Bruce is a lawyer who offers complete legal services, including family law representation as well as will and succession planning, to individuals and families in Woodstock and throughout Oxford County. For 12 years and counting, he has helped families achieve beneficial outcomes. Sandy has represented clients at all levels of Ontario’s court system. He will protect your rights with compassion and confidence.
Sandy Bruce is committed to helping clients throughout Woodstock and Oxford understand and safeguard their
legal options. With years of experience, he understands that every client’s situation is unique and deserves personalized solutions. Sandy represents his clients in a professional, civil manner and applies his legal knowledge and experience to advance each client’s case in the most effective way possible. He and his highly trained staff will assist you in setting realistic expectations and proceeding in a cost-effective route to achieve your goals.
Whether you are facing issues related to separation or divorce, child custody, support or access, or if you are planning to craft a will, Sandy promises experienced, client-focused legal services every step of the way.
Contact Sandy today to schedule a consultation.
Sandy was born in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and is the youngest of four children. Growing up in Northern Ontario, Sandy was involved in sports and played the snare drum in a Scottish bagpipe band. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Laurentian University (1996). He obtained a Master of Arts (History) (1997) and Bachelor of Laws (2000) from the University of Western Ontario.
He was admitted to the Ontario Bar (2002) and is a member in good standing of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Sandy has practiced law as part of small, medium and large law firms. He opened his office in Oxford County in 2005 and has restricted his practice to family law and wills since then. He has appeared at and enjoyed success before all court levels in Ontario. He is a member of the Oxford Law Association. Sandy has been a director of several community agencies and associations, including the Oxford-Elgin Child & Youth Centre, among others.
Sandy resides in Oxford County with his wife, Sherry, and their two young children. Although his primary focus is upon his family and their activities, he also enjoys running, cycling, softball, basketball and music.