Sandy Hutchens is a well-established legal professional and devoted humanitarian living in Thornhill, Canada.
Sandy Hutchens began his professional career with Tenant’s Rights Company Inc., serving as President of the firm from 1992 until 2004. Hutchens acquired valuable experience dealing with an immense diversity of legal proceedings. Sandy Hutchens was granted permission to appear before the Divisional Court of the Court of Appeal, where he represented thousands of tenants in landlord and tenant disputes. Amid some of his most noteworthy cases was presenting solid representation on behalf of various women’s shelters and women seeking aid in urgent family law matters as well as fraud and scam cases. During his tenure as President, Sandy Hutchens assisted hundreds of abused women obtain sole custody of their children and implement restraining orders against their violent partners, giving them the power to rebuild their lives.
Furthermore, Sandy Hutchens served as a supporting member of The Paralegal Association of Canada at the Cory Commission on licensing of paralegals in the Province of Ontario, an agreement on a plan to regulate the province's independent paralegal industry. Sandy Hutchens also earned distinction of having 12 reported decisions in the Ontario Court of Justice, including the Landlord and Tenant Board in the province of Ontario.
Apart from his career as a legal affairs specialist, Sandy Hutchens currently devotes his focus and energy toward community service. Aimed at helping people suffering from drug and alcohol addictions, Sandy Hutchens regularly participates in the Ontario Walk-A-Thon. In addition to his volunteer efforts, Sandy Hutchens is an openhanded supporter of hundreds of local and international charities. Hutchens contributes to the SPCA of Ontario, MS Society of Canada, the Canadian Cancer Society, and Renascent Foundation, and hundreds more.
- Tenant's Rights Company Inc.
: 11/1983 -
Sandy Hutchens uses a robust approach to helping clients by maintaining a close relationship with top legal professionals and lawyers. Although his specialty is in the field of tenant's rights he is also happy to help with cases involving fraud and scam issues, as well as family law issues with a focus on women's issues where protection is necessary.
- Canadian Paralegal Association
: 07/1998 -
P.L.L. (Paralegal Litigator)