Guardian Law Group serves clients in Calgary, Canmore/Banff, Fort McMurray, and beyond. Our efficient legal professionals are familiar with a wide range of practice areas, including employment law, real estate law, estate planning, business law, and more. No matter how complicated your situation might be, you can voice your issue to us and we will use our extensive resources and years of experience to provide the expert legal counsel you need to protect your best interests.
With over 200 years of combined legal experience in complementary areas, the Guardian team is composed of accomplished professionals at the top of their fields—including three Queen’s Counsel designations, the National Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s Elder Law Section, the former National Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s Civil Litigation Section, a past chair of the Canadian Caucus of the American Association of Justice, a former Minister of Justice and a former Solicitor General.
Our team at Guardian Law Group offers multilingual services in numerous languages, including English, French (Français), Spanish (Español), Croatian (Hrvatski), Cantonese (广东话), Mandarin (普通话), and Tagalog.
Call or reach out to our law firm today if you need to discuss any of the following legal services we offer at our office:
- Civil Litigation
- Franchise Law
- Employment Law
- Real Estate
- Serious Personal Injury
- Public Affairs
- Insurance Claims
- Class Actions and Mass Torts
- Family Law
- Construction Law
- Elder Law
- Notaries & Commissioners
- Business Law
Q:How do I find a good real estate lawyer in Calgary?
A:There are many real estate lawyers in Calgary, so how do you choose the best one? One popular resource for this, like with most businesses, is your trusted local Yelp page. Yelp will help give you a good snapshot of the basics of a law firm. It’s best used in combination with Google reviews to get a broader picture of the firm with ratings. Guardian Law Group is featured on Yelp and maintains a high rating on Google. We can meet all of your real estate law needs, so get in touch if you are looking for a consultation.
Q:Can a lawyer stop a foreclosure?
A:Yes, in some cases, a lawyer can stop a foreclosure. Even if completely stopping it is not possible, you may be able to buy more time or avoid the liability.
Q:Should I have a lawyer look at my mortgage?
A:The average person owns three homes in their lifetime. It isn’t a financial decision you make often, and it is a very big commitment. Most people involved in the home buying process are not on your side, either. Having a lawyer look at your mortgage or closing documents is a good idea for these reasons. A legal advocate who will always act in your best interest and understand even the smallest details of your mortgage is always a great idea.