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Our Team


Sebastian H. Schmoranz

Barrister, Solicitor & Notary

Raised in Kingsville, Sebastian understands the importance of building strong relationships in a tight-knit community. A client might also be a friend, relative or neighbour and it's important to provide straightforward, common sense, confidential solutions to their legal issues.


Sebastian's practice focuses on real estate, wills/estates and corporate/commercial transactions. He also mediates real estate, estates and litigation matters both in-person and virtually. 

He is fluent in French and German and functional in Spanish. 

Sebastian obtained his Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in French & Business from the University of Waterloo in 2009. He graduated from Western University's Juris Doctor program in 2013 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2014. He began his career at a large Bay Street firm which helped him develop a strong work ethic and the ability to solve complex problems while under pressure. He came home to practice law in Kingsville in 2016 and purchased the firm from Terrence L. Sims in 2020. In 2022, Sebastian further expanded the firm by purchasing Golden Law Office in Harrow, Ontario. 

Outside of the office, Sebastian sits on the boards of various community organizations and provides pro bono services to local charities and non-profits.  

*Sebastian H. Schmoranz provides legal services through McGregor, Sims, Schmoranz, Hart Professional Corporation.


Terrence L. Sims (Retired)

Barrister, Solicitor & Notary

Terry is a lifelong resident of Kingsville. He attended Kingsville Public School, Kingsville High School and the University of Windsor.

Terry spent his summers working for Mr. McGregor in Kingsville. He obtained his LL.B. in 1972 and was called to the Bar at Osgoode Hall in 1974.

He then rejoined the firm as a newly-minted lawyer and has been serving Kingsville and the surrounding community for over 45 years.

His practice focuses on real estate, estate administration, wills/estate planning and corporate advising. ​

Over the years, Terry has given back to the community, serving on the Board of Directors of the South Essex Community Council and was Chair of the Board of Leamington District Memorial Hospital.

Terry retired in 2023.


*Terrence L. Sims provides legal services through McGregor, Sims Professional Corporation.


Amy-Lynn Hart

Barrister, Solicitor & Notary

Amy-Lynn is a long-time resident of Lakeshore, Ontario.  She graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, and a minor in Political Science.  In 2004, Amy-Lynn graduated law school from the University of Windsor and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2005.  She articled at a full-service law firm in Guelph, Ontario before returning to Windsor-Essex County.  Since then, she has spent most of her career working as In-House Counsel for large companies in Windsor and Kingsville and has gained valuable experience from an employer perspective. 


Today, Amy-Lynn practices in real estate and corporate/commercial, with a special interest in Human Resources law.  She is also pursuing her Certificate as a qualified Mediator.  Amy-Lynn serves her clients with integrity, paying particular attention to the details and striving to achieve their best solution.


When not working for her clients, Amy-Lynn serves her community as a board member for a local daycare, a member of the school Parent Council and in many capacities at her church, most recently as an Elder on Session and a member of the HR Committee.  Away from the office, Amy-Lynn spends her time with her husband and children.  She enjoys swimming, running, kayaking and reading. 

*Amy-Lynn Hart provides legal services through McGregor, Sims, Schmoranz, Hart Professional Corporation.


Tammy Snively

Legal Assistant to Mr. Schmoranz

Raised in Kingsville, Tammy enjoys reading. To offset her chocolate addiction, Tammy is a dedicated long-distance runner and competes in full/half marathons with her team of "Sole Sisters".

With her 30+ years' experience, Tammy assists Mr. Schmoranz with real estate and estate matters. 


Walter McGregor (1916-2007)


Lieutenant-Colonel Walter L. McGregor, Jr. (1916-2007) was the founder of our firm.

Walter L. McGregor, Jr. attended secondary school at the Walkerville Collegiate Institute. Coming from a military family, he joined the Essex Scottish Regiment as a private in 1934 as soon as he turned eighteen. Just two years later he obtained his commission as a lieutenant.

He enrolled in law school at the University of Toronto and was commissioned to a lieutenancy with the 1st Battalion, Essex Scottish Regiment at the end of his first semester. He was quickly promoted to Captain and took part in the raid on Dieppe on August 19, 1942. 

Cpt. McGregor became one of the 1,946 prisoners of war following the raid, but was allowed to continue his study of law in the prison camp at Eichstätt in southern Germany. When he wrote to his mother telling her about the camp's education programs, she contacted the Law Society of Upper Canada, which arranged to send McGregor casebooks and study materials through the Red Cross. During the two and a half years he spent in captivity, McGregor was able to finish his second and third semesters of law school before he was liberated after the war.

McGregor returned to Windsor on June 23, 1945. That fall, he resumed his studies at Osgoode Hall and was called to the Bar.

In 1951, he began a law practice with Stewart and McWilliams in Windsor. In 1968, he opened a second office at 58 Main St E in Kingsville. Throughout his legal career, he provided general commercial advice to clients in Windsor and Kingsville and lived at the King Estate here in Kingsville. 

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