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David A. van der Woerd

905.572.5803


dvanderwoerd@rossmcbride.com

Year of call: 1990

David is a business lawyer at Ross & McBride LLP, he is a Partner in the firm and the leader of the Estates Law Group. 

David acts for many individuals, businesses and organizations in the business and charitable sectors. David received his Bachelor of Arts degree in history with a minor in sociology, along with a Michigan Provisional Secondary School Teacher's Certificate from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan and his bachelor of laws degree at the University of Western Ontario. David is a trustee and Chair fo the Estates and Trusts Sub-Committee of the Hamilton Law Association and the Program Coordinator of the Charity and Not for Profit Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association. He is a Trademark Agent and has taught law at various levels and is a frequent writer and contributor to publications and seminars for legal education. David has served on various community boards, currently sits on the Holland Christian homes Board and the William Voortman Fund board, among others.


Areas of Expertise

  • Busines Law
  • Estate Planning and Administration
  • Charities and Non-Profit Law

Organizations and Activities

  • Holland Christian Homes
  • The William Voortman Fund 

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