Stewart, Aulinger & Company has been offering legal services to clients in Vancouver since 1964

Our focus is our clients.

It does not matter what your legal problem is or where in the world you are. Our lawyers have extensive legal experience and knowledge; we work hard to provide timely and positive outcomes to each client’s unique legal problem. We are also constantly striving to become better lawyers.

If you want lawyers who prioritize your interests and your situation please contact us.

What We Do

Corporate and Business Law

We not only help our clients navigate through the ever-changing business environments in which they operate, but we also ensure that their business objectives are met in a timely and efficient manner.


Our clients range from small to large national and international businesses and organizations across a wide variety of industries. If you find yourself in a business transaction or dispute hire one of our experienced lawyers to avoid expensive and time-consuming litigation.

Civil Litigation

Our lawyers have a wealth of experience in court proceedings involving partnership and shareholder disputes; creditors’ remedies, such as foreclosures, insolvency and secured and unsecured collections; business litigation including contract, real estate, construction disputes, including builders’ liens and personal injury (motor vehicle).


We approach every legal matter with a keen focus and attention to detail. We help our clients understand the laws that apply to their disputes, as well as their options for effective resolutions.

Real Estate

Our team of experienced solicitors and conveyancers offers a wide range of services related to real estate transactions. In fact, residential and commercial purchases, sales and mortgages are a regular part of our work.


We provide reliable service for smooth financial transactions and we are quick and able problem solvers when faced with unexpected legal issues. Our lawyers regularly represent clients involved in commercial and residential tenancy disputes as well as real estate transactions disputes.

Wills & Estates

Seeking Wills & Estates advice today from Stewart, Aulinger & Company ensures that your own future and the future of those who depend on you is secure. A well drafted will is essentially an investment in peace of mind and it anticipates different scenarios and ensures that your property is divided the way you intended.


If you find yourself involved in a complex estate matter call us. We have experience acting for beneficiaries, executors and other parties involved in Wills & Estates disputes.

Employment Matters

We know that employment issues can be very important for both the employer and the employee. Our lawyers guide clients through all issues relating to work place. This includes employment contract advice, severance and compensation matters, human rights, worker's compensation, post-employment obligations, and the like.


We make sure that our clients understand their specific rights and obligations and will always work hard to try to reach a timely resolution to all of our clients’ employment law concerns.

Family Law

Obtaining legal advice regarding personal and sensitive matters can be daunting. This is why we are dedicated to learn about you and explain the law in a direct matter.


We ensure you are equipped to take charge of your situation and start making decisions to resolve your matter. We provide assistance with: cohabitation and marriage agreements, as well as separation agreements, divorce, child and spousal support, child custody and access arrangements, division of family property and assets and court representation.

If your legal question does not seem to fit in the above areas call us now, chances are we can help you.

Call us now at 604 879 0291 or visit us at 1200-805 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC

Who We Are

The lawyers at Stewart, Aulinger & Company work hard to tailor their services to suit each individual client. Exceptional, focused service is the norm not the exception.

Reinhart completed a Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Philosophy at Trinity College, University of Toronto in 1973 and attended the University of Florence in Italy, before enrolling at Massey College in Toronto. There he completed a Masters degree in Literature in 1974. Reinhart continued his education, and completed his law degree at the University of McGill Law School. He was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1978. Reinhart has been practicing law ever since in Vancouver at Stewart, Aulinger & Company,  of which he is the sole owner.

Reinhart has been involved with SOS Children’s Village B.C. since 2000, and he is the president of its board of directors.


Bob has been a member of the Law Society of British Columbia since 1978. His practice in Vancouver, British Columbia is restricted to and divided among administrative law, estate litigation, and related civil litigation. He represents private and corporate clients as well as public government and private clients. He appears regularly before the superior courts and administrative tribunals in British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. He appears occasionally in the Federal Courts and has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada.

For more information on Bob, including cases he was involved in, please visit his website:


David is a graduate of the University of Toronto (BA-Hons) and Queen’s University, where he received his law degree. He was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1992. Originally a specialist in labour and employment matters, David diversified his practice in 1997 when he began his association with Stewart, Aulinger & Company in Vancouver. At present David runs a busy wide ranging litigation practice.

David has appeared at all levels of Court in British Columbia, the Federal Court, and several administrative law bodies. David’s practice areas include:

    • civil litigation;
    • creditor remedies such as foreclosures, insolvency and realization, secured and unsecured collections, builders liens and construction claims, and related debt recovery work;
    • employment and human rights law;
    • disputes and issues arising from commercial and residential tenancies, breach of contract, construction, real estate transactions, wills & estates, commercial fraud, and other commercial disputes.

David is a father to two teenage daughters. He is on the editorial board for the CLE publication B.C. Creditor’s Remedies – An Annotated Guide. He has presented at a CLE for Administrative Law, and has authored employment law articles for CLE’s Annual Practice Review. He regularly teaches advocacy and secured transaction sessions at the Professional Legal Training Course for the Law Society of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC. A former member of a provincial ski team, David likes to spends time at Whistler. He enjoys recreational hockey, golf and guitar, and he devotes a lot of time as a field hockey volunteer.


Mark, a Vancouver native, received his law degree from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law in 2002, and after articling with a large national firm, joined Stewart, Aulinger & Company in 2003.

Mark has a neighbourhood practice, helping regular people in his community with their legal needs. A senior lawyer at Stewart, Aulinger & Company, Mark has extensive experience in a wide range of transactions and contexts, providing sophisticated legal advice to individuals and small businesses. He focuses on Wills and Estates, Real Estate, Business, Corporate Commercial, and Family Law.

Mark’s LinkedIn profile.


Judith Milliken Q.C. a native of Saskatchewan, has practised in B.C. since 1976. With the honorary designation of Queen’s Counsel she is recognized by her profession as “learned in the law” (and she is the third generation of Q.C. lawyers in her family).

Judith initially practised commercial law in Victoria before spending over 20 years as Crown Counsel. She was named a major crime prosecutor for Vancouver–a recognition of both her courtroom skills and her ability to ‘get to the bottom’ of any situation.

Judith also spent years at Criminal Justice Headquarters for the Attorney General of B.C. where, among many duties, she had responsibility for elder abuse, criminal harassment, violence against women, child abuse, hate and bias crimes, gender equality and multiculturalism. She was also responsible for all French language prosecutions in B.C. and has prosecuted several jury trials in French.

Judith has now been practising estate litigation for several years and co-written many published articles on various estate litigation topics.

Judith speaks English, French and Spanish and enjoys people from all walks of life. She is a problem solver, a teacher and a communicator by nature.  Judith is especially effective in learning people’s stories and communicating those stories persuasively –whether in settlement letters, mediation or in the courtroom.


For more information please visit Michael’s LinkedIn profile.

Michaels website


Calvin is a bestselling multi-award winning author, international speaker, entrepreneur, lawyer and activist for self-reliance. Calvin is the author of four books – his book titled Dances with Dependency: Out of Poverty through Self-Reliance is a seven times bestseller. Calvin is considered a leading authority on fiscal independence and has been widely featured by national newspapers, radio and television addressing poverty and unemployment rates amount Native American populations. He is a master speaker and expert source on destitution in the Native American Community.

For more information on Calvin as well as how to contact him please visit

Laxmy attended law school at the National University for Advanced Legal Studies in Cochin, India and was called to the bar in 2010. She received her Masters in Law at the University of British Columbia in 2012 and began articling with Stewart Aulinger & Company in 2013.

Unlike most new applicants in law school, Laxmy has known exactly what she would like to practice as a lawyer. Her passion is to practice in the area of family law with a special emphasis in collaborative and mediated processes. While there is a time and place for litigation she finds that most family issues, especially where children are involved are better suited to a collaborative process over the stress of litigation. Having been through the process herself, she stresses the importance of the wellbeing of the family as a whole and once she becomes a lawyer she will encourage her clients to let go of the past and to look forward to a brighter future.


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