Real Estate Legal Services for Condominiums

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The Family Law Firm knows how complicated the purchase of your Condominium may be.  We offer advice to purchasers so that they are able to navigate the pitfalls of buying a property that they may later regret.   


The most complicated feature of dealing with a Condominiummay be interpreting the bylaws and what you should and should not do in your unit.  We are able to help you with the questions you may have on what is or is not appropriate for you.  

Bylaw Drafting/Revisions/Implementation

The Family Law Firm offers drafting and review services to builders or Condominium boards so that they may create the type of atmosphere and living space that they desire in their complex. With our years of experience with Condominium bylaws, you will appreciate our attention to detail and forethought to achieve the final outcomes that you desire. 

Bylaw Enforcement/Disputes

Not everyone likes to "play by the rules".  There are often circumstances where a unit owner does not respect the common living space of other Condominium owners.  In these situations, we are here to help.  With over 39 years of combined litigation experience in the Court of Queens Bench of Alberta, we are able to help ensure compliance with Condominium bylaws. 

Are you a unitholder that disagrees with your "treatment" by your Condominium board?  If so, we are here to help.  We can represent your goals and position at all levels of conflict with the board to ensure that you are able to do what you are legally able to do. 


Whether you are buying/selling your condominium or if you have any questions about your mortgage we are here to help. With over 39 years of combined experience in Real Estate conveyancing and as a former Real Estate Agent, The Family Law Firm is happy to provide you with advice so that you can make the decision that is right for you and your family. 


With the recent developments as a result of COVID-19, mortgage holders may find themselves in difficult situations regarding receiving payments and receiving them on time.  We are here to help.  Regardless of the size of the Mortgage or your situation, we can offer you peace of mind and guidance during these turbulent times.

You have questions about Alberta law. We have answers.

Q: When is the right time to file for Separation?
A: Decisions on when to file for Separation involve multiple legal considerations and, as such, should be done with the help of an experienced Family Law lawyer. For example, if you are sure that you are going to get divorced and still file for Separation, your actions could be viewed as duplicitous (read as doubly expensive). Alternatively, if you are unsure about whether to file for divorce and file for Separation, the Courts will consider your separation effective from that date, a decision that may or may not be favorable for you.

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