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Margaret enjoys working with her clients to resolve their issues in a timely and respectful fashion. Her goal is to provide practical, knowledgeable and compassionate guidance, and to help educate and empower her clients to make good decisions. Margaret is a rural practitioner with a focus on family law.
Margaret graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Laws Degree in 1981. She articled and worked with an Edmonton boutique litigation firm until 1985, when she returned to Camrose to work with Andreassen Borth.
Margaret is an active member of the Association of Collaborative Professionals (Edmonton). Margaret was one of the original members of this Association, and is proud of bringing this transformative area of practice to the Camrose area. You can learn more about this association at www.collaborativepractice.ca. Margaret has also been a contract mediator with Alberta Justice since 2002.
Other past professional and volunteer activities include the following: Board Member, Alberta Securities Commission, 1988-1994; one of the founding members of the Battle River Community Foundation, with responsibility for legal work establishing the Foundation; former member and past President of Business and Professional Women's Club of Camrose, 1985-1990; Board member, Citizen Advocacy Society of Camrose, 1985-1986; Judicial District Representative, Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association, 1996-2004; active parent volunteer with school, hockey, baseball, soccer, skating, Sunday school (1991-2010) and past and current volunteer in various capacities, as needed, with and through St. Andrew's Anglican Church.
Jim was born and raised in Camrose, and worked on a Kelsey area grain farm while completing his education. His three decades experience working with farm families has given him first hand knowledge of the issues facing agricultural and small business clients.
Jim attended Camrose Lutheran College and graduated from the University of Alberta with Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law Degrees. He articled, and has practiced, at Andreassen Borth in Camrose since 1985.
Volunteer activities have included the following: Board Member, and past Chair, The Bethany Group; Board Member, including Executive Committee, Camrose United Church; Member, and past President, Camrose Kinsmen Club; Master, Forestburg Alliance Masonic Lodge; Member, Camrose Golf Club; Coach, Camrose Minor Hockey; Coach, Camrose Minor Ball; Advisor for several Churches, Healthcare Entities, Foundations, and not for profit Societies.
Mike practices in his home town of Killam. The Killam office is on the same spot his parent's drugstore was formerly located where he worked while growing up in Killam.
Mike articled with and has practiced with the firm since 1991. He assists clients with wills, estates, estate planning, real estate, farming and small business matters.
Volunteer activities have included Ag Society, Recreation Board, Hospital Board, Killam Minor Hockey, Killam Minor Ball, Killam Cyclones swim club, and coaching hockey, baseball, fastball, basketball and volleyball.
As a lifelong resident of the Camrose area, Kirk attended law school with the goal of returning to Camrose to establish his practice. Kirk plans to build on existing relationships within the community by providing timely and effective assistance.
As a practitioner, Kirk aims to establish a broad practice by providing assistance in several areas, including family law, real estate, Wills, estate planning, and civil litigation.
Kirk puts his clients wishes first, but does so with a focus on co-operation with the other party. He is willing to go to Court if necessary, but will first attempt to settle matters in ways that are mutually beneficial to everyone involved. It is with these principles in mind, that Kirk has become an active practitioner of collaborative family law.
Kirk has volunteered as the treasurer for the Augustana Vikings Hockey Alumni Association, and in his spare time, enjoys golf, and walking his golden doodle, Chewbacca.
Born and raised in Camrose, Jessica went to law school with the goal of returning to Andreassen Borth and working in her home community.
Jessica attended the University of Alberta Augustana campus, graduating with distinction in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She graduated from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law in 2020.
While in law school, Jessica volunteered for Student Legal Services providing legal advice to Edmonton’s at-risk youth, and interned in Edmonton’s Mental Health Court. She kept busy playing rugby and was a captain of her law school women’s hockey team.
In her spare time, Jessica enjoys boxing, hockey, slo-pitch, golf, and spending time with her friends and family.