Over 30 Years of Trusted Legal Advice
Our barristers and solicitors have the expertise to finally put your legal issues to rest.
Since 1977, Peter J. Fominoff and Robert W. Ross have worked hard to ensure that White Rock residents have the proper legal representation. At our practice, you can expect our staff to attentively listen to the details of your case. Through our consultations, we can help you find the legal resolution you are seeking.
Peter Fominoff has worked in the practice of law continuously since 1977. He pursues a general legal practice both as a barrister and as a solicitor. His barrister’s practice includes legal proceeding in the areas of personal injury law, commercial litigation, family and divorce litigation, will and estate litigation, including wills variation actions, real estate dispute litigation, builder’s liens and other general civil litigation. As a solicitor, his practice includes real estate sales and purchases, mortgages, wills, estate planning, probate of estates, corporate and commercial law, and family and divorce law.
Peter Fominoff’s post-secondary education includes a degree in engineering from the University of British Columbia, achieved in 1970, and a law degree from the University of British Columbia, achieved in 1976. He was admitted to practice as a lawyer in British Columbia in 1977 after completing his articles and has been practicing law continuously ever since. In addition to being a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, Peter Fominoff is a member of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC.
Peter Fominoff is married with three children and three grandchildren and has always been involved in a variety of community and family activities.
Robert Ross has been in practice with Peter Fominoff at Fominoff Ross & Co. in White Rock since 1989. He has a general legal practice with the primary focus on wills and estates, corporate and commercial, personal injury, conveyancing and immigration.
Robert Ross has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of British Columbia. He was called to the Bar in 1977. Since then, he has been active in the legal community in the Surrey/White Rock area and is involved with the Moot Court Program at the UBC Law School.
Robert Ross is married, with two children, and many of his activities revolve around his family. He has been a keen participant in sports throughout his life, playing baseball, football, hockey, golf, tennis and racquetball among others. He has also been very involved with coaching children’s sports, including 15 years as a baseball coach in Newton, where the Ross Tournament is named after his parents.