A law practice like ours – rooted in the Beach like an oak on the Iroquois shoreline – is all about its people. Ours are consummately professional, yet entirely approachable.
Barrister and Solicitor
Geoffrey Dashwood is a Toronto native. After graduating from U of T with an arts degree, he obtained his Law Degree from Queen’s University, and was called to the bar in 1986 – whereupon, having already worked many years part-time as support staff, he was officially welcomed into the firm as a principal.
Geoff lives with his wife Hevina, and sons James and John, in the old village of East Toronto in the Beach, or, if you’re being a particularly specific Beacher, a northern annex of the Beach. Here, he continues a family legacy of local, socially conscious involvement – in legal aid, youth sport, politics, and church.
Susan joined the firm in 2016. She is a University of Guelph graduate with a BSc Degree. For the last 20 years she has been a manager and Production Artist at a major Canadian printer. She is a mother of three. Susan currently handles all sale files going through Dashwoods.
Rose joined the firm in 2000. She has a Legal Assistant Diploma from Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology. Rose has over 10 years experience in Real Estate and currently handles all Purchase transactions for the firm.
Jennifer came to Dashwood & Dashwood in 2010 and has successfully completed The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario's provincial exams. She is responsible for Estates and Wills, corporate matters, as well as the 'friendly' matrimonial matters the firm takes on for regular clients.
Marjorie came to Dashwood & Dashwood in 2013 after graduating from the Seneca College Law Clerk Program. She works primarily on preparing documents for refinancing, sale, and title transfer files as well as survivorship applications and estate transfers. Marjorie also arranges for documents to be registered and reports and accounts to be completed. She communicates directly with clients, mortgage companies, solicitors, and office personnel to ensure that all transactions are completed efficiently.