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The Story of KH | Dunkley Law Group

KH | Dunkley Law Group was born in 2012 as the result of a successful merger between KH Law and Michael C. Dunkley Law Offices. Since then, we have pooled our strengths and experience to create a versatile and client-focused practice that puts people first every single time.

Our clients always meet with a lawyer, no matter what. We also offer flat rate pricing on nearly all our services to help you get the help you need with the value you deserve. 

Ready to experience the KH | Dunkley difference? Contact us today and let us take your case.

Our Mission

Our mission is to deliver top-quality legal services and representation to a diverse range of clients with transparent fees while providing a personalized experience every time.

Our Commitments to You

Your Convenience Is Our Priority

We know life can move fast and that some things cannot wait. We offer evening signing appointments at our main office and free parking at every location so you can see us when you need to.

There’s no such thing as a casual legal matter, so we never just pass your case file on to our paralegals. Every client gets to meet with a lawyer, no matter what. If you need our services, we know it is important, and we act accordingly.

Seeing a lawyer should not cost your life savings. To ensure that you can secure high-end legal help for a fair and reasonable price, we offer flat rates for almost every legal service we provide. Where we can’t offer flat fee pricing, we ensure our fees are fair and transparent.

Our Locations

Main Office

Come visit our main office during the following hours, or make an appointment to see us at our Central or South Calgary locations.

  • #20, 1915 32nd Avenue NE
  • Calgary, AB T2E 7C8

Central Office

By Appointment Only

  • #135, 808 42 Ave S.E.
  • Calgary, AB T2G 1Y9

South Office

By Appointment Only

  • #208, 40 Sunpark Plaza SE
  • Calgary, AB T2X 3X7

Our Testimonials

Reference Materials

New Residential Anti-Flipping Rules Implemented By Federal Government

Real Estate

The Federal government’s new anti-flipping tax rules were passed into law on December 15, 2022 when Bill C-32 received Royal Assent and was legislated as the Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2022.  These rules have essentially increased the cost of house flipping in Canada.   Under the Act, a “flipped property” means “a housing unit of […]

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January 24, 2023
Stephanie Sue Wan Wong

The Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act

Real Estate

The Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act (the “Act“) and the Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Regulations (the “Regulations”) (collectively, the “Legislation”) came into force on January 1, 2023 and affect contracts for the purchase of residential property entered into after this date. The Act prohibits non-Canadians […]

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January 12, 2023
Tariq Jomaa

What Happens If Your Spouse Refuses to Sign a Separation Agreement in Alberta?

Family Law

Most people believe that if they’re married and want to end their marriage, divorce is the easy solution. While this is true for the majority of married couples, the solution may not be so straightforward. Separation or annulment are alternatives to divorce. If you and your spouse are separating, you must have a signed separation […]

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December 12, 2022
Khalil Haji

The Federal government’s new anti-flipping tax rules were passed into law on December 15, 2022 when Bill C-32 received Royal Assent and was legislated as the Fall Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2022.  These rules have essentially increased the cost of house flipping in Canada.   Under the Act, a “flipped property” means “a housing unit of […]

Read More…

The Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act (the “Act“) and the Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Regulations (the “Regulations”) (collectively, the “Legislation”) came into force on January 1, 2023 and affect contracts for the purchase of residential property entered into after this date. The Act prohibits non-Canadians […]

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A close up view of a separation agreement to be signed by a married couple who have decided to separate.

Most people believe that if they’re married and want to end their marriage, divorce is the easy solution. While this is true for the majority of married couples, the solution may not be so straightforward. Separation or annulment are alternatives to divorce. If you and your spouse are separating, you must have a signed separation […]

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