Flat Fee Pricing Legal Services in Calgary

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Transparent, Flat Fees for Legal Services

You deserve exceptional legal help in your corner at a fair price, so we are committed to inspiring confidence and providing clarity on the costs of our legal services. 

We have a flat fee pricing structure for nearly all of our legal services, including residential real estate services, corporate and business legal services, wills and estates administration, and notarizing and power of attorney services. 

If you do not see your required service listed below, please contact us, and we can provide you with a custom quote.

Residential Real Estate Fees

Our real estate quote builder can help you understand the costs associated with buying or selling a home.

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

  • #300, 340 Midpark Way SE
  • Calgary, AB T2X 1P1

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Reference Materials

Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2022 – an Update to Adverse Possession Law in Alberta

Real Estate

The Alberta Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2022 (the “Act”), came into force on December 15, 2022. The Act amends three existing Alberta statutes: the Land Titles Act, the Law of Property Act and the Limitations Act, with the effect of updating the law regarding adverse possession in order to protect registered private landowners’ property […]

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February 22, 2023
Tariq Jomaa

How to Split Assets in a Divorce

Family Law

Many people going through a divorce may experience a whirlwind of emotions and feelings. But divorce can also bring a lot of anxiety and confusion, mainly around who gets what.  Splitting assets in a divorce can be a complex process. For this reason, seeking the guidance of a legal professional can help ensure that your […]

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February 13, 2023
Khalil Haji

When Does the Dower Act Apply in Real Estate Transaction?

Real Estate

The Dower Act has been in place in Alberta for over a century and was originally designed to protect the rights of a wife who was unable to own property. If the husband decided to sell the property, the wife could not be evicted. This legislation was created in response to the possibility of a […]

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January 31, 2023
Khalil Haji

The Alberta Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2022 (the “Act”), came into force on December 15, 2022. The Act amends three existing Alberta statutes: the Land Titles Act, the Law of Property Act and the Limitations Act, with the effect of updating the law regarding adverse possession in order to protect registered private landowners’ property […]

Read More…

A wooden miniature of a husband and wife with a child divides a house and other properties in a divorce process.

Many people going through a divorce may experience a whirlwind of emotions and feelings. But divorce can also bring a lot of anxiety and confusion, mainly around who gets what.  Splitting assets in a divorce can be a complex process. For this reason, seeking the guidance of a legal professional can help ensure that your […]

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A miniature house and a gavel. The Dower Act is a piece of legislation that provides certain protections to spouses in real estate transactions in Canada

The Dower Act has been in place in Alberta for over a century and was originally designed to protect the rights of a wife who was unable to own property. If the husband decided to sell the property, the wife could not be evicted. This legislation was created in response to the possibility of a […]

Read More…

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