Juris Doctor – University of Alberta
B.A. – University of Saskatchewan
2009-2012, University of Alberta
2007-2009, University of Saskatchewan
You want a lawyer who listens compassionately, acts quickly, communicates with you regularly, and is up front and reasonable with fees. You want a lawyer who is persuasive in and out of court because he is respected by judges and other lawyers.
Darin Wight is a Medicine Hat lawyer and mediator who strives to help you find peace of mind through your difficult legal problems. Darin will provide you with responsive and efficient representation, advocacy, and mediation
Darin will help you stabilize relationships, improve communication and decision making power, receive compensation and support, and plan for the future. Overall, Darin’s goal is to help provide you peace of mind.Darin graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a B.A. with great distinction in Sociology in 2009. He earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law in 2012. He is a trained mediator.
Darin and his wife Jenna are the parents of 4 young children and they enjoy family time and outdoor adventures. Darin serves on the board of the Medicine Hat Family Services, and is an active member and volunteer in his church congregation and with Scouts Canada.
Darin has moved his practice to Taber, Alberta to join the law firm of Baldry Sudgden LLP. Most of his clients will remain clients when he is in Taber because most work can be done by email and phone. Darin will continue to travel to Medicine Hat and Brooks for court appearances and all parties’ meetings. Darin would be happy to continue to accept clients from Medicine Hat and Brooks areas. Darin’s hourly rate will remain at $350 per hour and he will continue to do Family Law and Civil Litigation and Estate Planning. He will also be doing more Real Estate and Corporate Business Law.
Chat News Today has reached out to Darin for comment on his involvement with a Law Day, the Limited Legal Services Project, and my comments on the new cyberbullying Bill C-202.
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