The firm, founded in 1977, has one New Brunswick office located in Hampton. The majority of the firm’s clientele are from the City of Saint John (20 minutes away), the Kennebecasis Valley and Sussex. Lutz Longstaff Parish also serves many clients from Moncton, Grand Manan, St. Stephen and all of Charlotte County.
The firm members appear in courts across the Province daily.
David Lutz, Q.C., practices criminal, family, and personal injury law, travels throughout the province as much of his practice is referral work. Mr. Lutz is the 2020 Recipient of the Franklin O. Leger, QC Award for Meritorious Service, Dedication or Contribution in accordance with the highest ideals of the legal profession.
Carley Parish, completely bilingual, senior family and criminal law lawyer has done several jury trials, and appears in family court on a daily basis, and teaches at UNB Law. Carley is the 2018 recipient of the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers.
Josh Adams, practices family law, criminal law, and wills and estates, and property law.
Michel J. Boudreau, practices civil litigation law including personal injury.
Victoria Morrissey, practices family law, criminal law, and wills and estates.
Rafal Jan Szymanski, practices criminal, civil, family, and property law as well as wills and estate succession.
Holly Anna Burns, Student-At-Law
Carson Rehn, Student-At-Law
The firm’s hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays with a 24-hour telephone service. Weekend and evening consultations are encouraged. We are available at your convenience.