About Us

Our Team

Meet the experienced team of lawyers. Each brings their unique background and expertise to provide the most effective legal service depending on your needs. To find out more, contact us today!


Tim Hilborn


Tim Hilborn was born and raised in the City of Cambridge (formerly Town of Preston) and is pleased to be practicing law here since he was called to the bar in 1979. His practice consists primarily of real estate, mortgages, wills and estates. He received his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from the University of Western Ontario and his Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) from the University of Windsor.

Tim has been active in the City of Cambridge community and in the local Hespeler business community. He has served on several committees such as Hespeler Business Improvement Association and Core Area Revitalization Advisory Committee (CARAC) and Arthur White Sports Bursary Committee. He also used to be a Big Brother with the Big Brother organization. Tim is very pleased to be serving his community and clients throughout the area.

Robert Konduros


Robert Konduros graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1986 and has been practicing litigation for 22 years. With an emphasis on personal injury, motor vehicle, disability benefits, wrongful dismissal, and insurance litigation, he has extensive trial experience and has appeared successfully in all levels of appeal in Ontario. 

Mr. Konduros is a former chairperson of the Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Tribunal and has level II training in collaborative law. Present and past affiliations include membership on the City of Cambridge Environmental Advisory Committee, past president of the Shades Mill Law Association, past chairman of the Cambridge Shelter Corporation, workshop presenter for the Advocate’s Society Lecture Series, member of the office administration/legal program Advisory Committee at Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, and member of the Governance Committee at Cambridge Memorial Hospital.


Starting Or Buying A Business ? We Can Help

Hilborn & Konduros Law Firm in Cambridge, Ontario offers sound advice and representation when it comes to your business needs. If you are considering buying a small business or starting a new business, our team can play a very important role. More than just preparing a purchase agreement, reviewing a lease, or assisting in the incorporation

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Don’t Buy A Home Without Us!

Hilborn & Konduros Law Firm in Cambridge, Ontario has been practicing real estate law since 1979. Our 33 years of experience has equipped us with the experience to ensure that your real estate transaction will be completed professionally, and to your benefit. Most people wouldn’t represent themselves in court without a lawyer, so why would you

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Know Your Legal Rights In The Workplace

Hilborn & Konduros Law Firm in Cambridge, Ontario offers legal experience you can trust. If you’ve been feeling uneasy about your work environment, duties, workload or relationships in the workplace and your gut is telling you that your employment many be coming to an end, it’s important to arm yourself with basic knowledge of your rights

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Wrongful dismissal: Know your rights

The lawyers at Hilborn & Konduros in Cambridge have all the information you need about wrongful dismissal. Getting fired for any reason is always a serious blow, but getting fired unfairly can be much worse. Without a strong sense of the legal framework that informs job severance, it can be difficult to determine whether your dismissal was valid.

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Finding legal representation when buying a house

The legal team at Hilborn & Konduros in Cambridge understands that buying a new home is a stressful ordeal for most. Making any major purchase generally involves some uncertainty, but when you’re buying a home you want to be as sure as you can be that you’re making a sound investment. When it’s time to move on,

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Where There’s A Will – There’s A Way…

Hilborn & Konduros Law Firm in Cambridge, Ontario are experienced at understanding and working with the many little known rules, regulations and laws governing your assets even after you die. Despite its importance, an alarming 49 per cent of Canadians do not have a will. A Will is where you leave instructions on how to distribute

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