University of Windsor Faculty of Law, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, Laurentian University
Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region, Rotary, Chamber of Commerce
Cayley acts for many individuals and businesses in the practice areas of Business and Corporate law, Not-for-Profits and Charities, Wills, Trusts, Estate Administration, Commercial Real Estate and Leasing and Residential Real Estate.
Cayley joined the firm in January of 2018 after relocating from Cambridge, Ontario, where she practiced for 9 years with Pavey Law LLP. Prior to her time in Cambridge, Cayley was a lawyer with Torys LLP in Toronto.
Cayley currently represents large and small corporations as well as individuals in and around Simcoe County, helping with their business and personal legal needs. She has assisted with the purchase and sale of companies, incorporation of for-profit and not-for-profit companies, professional corporations and sole proprietorships, as well as helping existing companies with shareholder agreements, restructuring and creating family trusts.
Cayley provides advice to business owners and individuals alike on their wills and estate planning issues and helps executors in the administration of estates. She has extensive experience in residential home purchases, sales and refinances, as well as in commercial real estate purchases and sales, as well as leases for both residential and commercial properties.
Outside of the office, she enjoys reading all varieties of books, has very eclectic tastes in music and stays active by curling, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing and exploring the County’s highways by bicycle and looks forward to getting more involved in the Barrie community.
Cayley is currently Chair of the Board of Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region and the past-president and past-treasurer of the Rotary Club of Cambridge (Preston-Hespeler).
Cayley has presented at seminars hosted by local Chambers of Commerce as well as to smaller groups organized by local banking institutions, other organizations, and stroke survivor organizations and welcomes the opportunity to speak to other groups.