About Luke Weiler
Luke maintains a law practice, operating in Guelph and Wellington County. His primary practice areas include family law, child protection law, and wills and estates. Luke is committed to helping his clients realize economical solutions to their legal issues while safeguarding their interests.
Luke has lived in Guelph since 2000. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Philosophy from the University of Guelph. Luke has been operating as a sole practitioner in downtown Guelph since 2013.
Luke has experience appearing before the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice, in addition to such other bodies as the Landlord and Tenant Board, the Social Benefits Tribunal, and the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board. Luke is a former employee of the Legal Aid Clinic of Guelph and Wellington County. During his law degree, Luke volunteered at Community Legal Aid and Legal Assistance of Windsor, two community legal clinics providing advice and representation to low-income clients. He believes firmly in providing clients with value for money and works with his clients to seek the most cost-effective and expedient solutions to their matters.
Luke is proud to serve his community in the following volunteer capacities:
- President, Hillside Community Festival’
- Board Member, Hillside Community Festival
- Trustee, Wellington Law Association
- Vice-Chair, Guelph Not for Profit Housing Corporation
- Vice-President, Guelph Coalition for Active Transportation (GCAT)
Luke is a former volunteer for the following organizations:
- Guelph Downtown Neighbourhood Association
- University of Guelph Central Student Association
In his free time, Luke likes to hike, camp, and cook.
Luke is a member in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario and the Wellington Law Association.