Wilbur Law Offices has been serving the Greater Moncton Area for over 30 years.
Wilbur Law Offices is a small, client-focused law firm with over 30 years of experience serving the Greater Moncton community. We work with our clients to provide valuable legal advice from the people they know and trust.
Areas of Practice
Real Estate Law & Business Transactions
Commercial & Corporate Law
Wills & Estate Planning
Labour & Employment Issues
Stephen Wilbur, BA, LLB
Stephen was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1983 and has been practicing law in the Moncton area ever since. He opened Wilbur Law in 1987 and has concentrated his practice in the fields of real estate law, corporate and commercial law and estate matters.
Stephen is currently a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Moncton Area Lawyers' Association. He has been a long time member of the N.B. Law Society Real Property Advisory Committee and has lectured at the New Brunswick Bar Admission courses in regards to real property law.
Stephen was raised and educated in the City of Moncton. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts with honours from Mount Allison University in 1979 and obtained his Bachelor of Law from the University of New Brunswick in 1982.
Stephen has also been an active member of the Moncton community during his years of practice, serving in an executive capacity with the Moncton West Riverview Rotary Club, Moncton Headstart, Greater Moncton YMCA, Riverview Business Improvement Corporation and New Brunswick Golf Association.
In his spare time, Stephen is an avid golfer and runner.
Lauren Trueman, BSc, JD
Lauren E. Trueman will be an associate lawyer with the firm and will maintain a general practice upon her admittance to the New Brunswick bar in June 2020. She has experience successfully managing matters relating to civil litigation, employment, property, family, municipal, estate, and personal injury law.
Originally from Aulac, New Brunswick, Lauren completed her articles with the firm after starting at Wilbur Law as a summer student in 2016. Lauren graduated from the University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law in 2019 and holds a Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours) in Psychology from Mount Allison University.
While pursuing her Juris Doctor Lauren was the recipient of several awards and scholarships including Dean’s List, the Marie La Forest Scholarship, the Forging our Futures Law Award, the John Teed Prize in Civil Procedure, the Allen Earle Scholarship, the Harry K. Scott Scholarship, and the Lawson A.W. Hunter, Q.C. Prize in the Conflict of Laws.
Outside of her studies and work Lauren has enjoyed being an active participant in community through volunteering opportunities. She can often be found on weekends lending her skills in taste testing with the baked goods and homemade ice cream flavours at her family’s business, Trueman Blueberry Farms.
Steve Trueman, BA, LLB
Steve was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1984, after graduating from Mount Allison University in 1980 and the University of New Brunswick Law School in 1983, and has been practicing law in the Moncton area ever since. He practiced privately until 1990, when he joined the City of Moncton Legal Department as Staff Solicitor. Steve retired from the City of Moncton in 2015 after having served as City Solicitor for 13 years..
Steve is currently a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Moncton Area Lawyers' Association. During his time with the City of Moncton Legal Department, he was often recruited as a resource to the Province of New Brunswick on municipal and planning law matters, including lecturing at orientation programs for incoming members of municipal councils.
Steve has also been an active member of the Moncton community during his years of practice, serving as the first President of the Moncton Arthritis Association, on the Board of Directors of the Greater Moncton United Way, as the President of the New Brunswick Duke of Edinburgh Awards, and is currently involved in establishing Community of Hope, a not-for-profit created to address the sex trafficking of children.
In his spare time, Steve is an avid golfer and can be found on the ski slopes when the courses are closed.