Our Team of Lawyers

We live, work, and play in Edmonton, AB and the surrounding areas.
Dan Murphy, Real Estate and Criminal Law
Dan Murphy
Real Estate, Criminal & Employment Law
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Bobbi Olsen
Family Law
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Karim Broodhagen - Family and Criminal Lawyer
Karim Broodhagen
Family and Criminal Lawyer
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Edmonton Criminal Defence Lawyer Opeyemi Afeni
Opeyemi Afeni
Criminal Defence
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Edmonton Criminal Defence Lawyer Ilse Torres Quezada
Ilse Torres Quezada
Criminal Defence
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Nicolas Besner
Family Law
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Apoorva Yadav
Immigration Law
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Shandell McCarthy
Criminal Law
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Facing a Legal Issue? Stop Dealing with Uncertainty and Call to Speak with a Lawyer Today.

Let's discuss your legal matter. We can let you know what your legal options are, and give you advice on how to proceed. Then, you can confidently face your legal challenges. We are here to represent your interests.

Our Legal Practice Areas

Auto Accidents

Our experience with previous case law, provincial legislation, insurance regulations, the legal value of personal injuries, settlement timelines, investigation protocols, and other legal nuances, puts us in the driver seat when it comes to negotiating a fair settlement with multi-million-dollar insurance companies on your behalf.

Criminal Defence

MD Criminal Defence lawyers offer experienced legal representation for all types of criminal charges in Edmonton. Our team has represented both the prosecution and the defence, giving us the advantage in pursuing your legal interests and ensuring your rights are forcefully protected.

Domestic Violence

If you have been charged with a domestic violence offence, it is important to seek legal advice right away. You need an experienced intimate partner violence lawyer who can provide the best possible defense and protect your rights during this difficult time.

Employment Law

Our Edmonton employment lawyers mainly assists individuals whereas a labour lawyer primarily deals with unionized employees. Our Employment lawyers help their clients with understanding, advising, and litigating work-related issues in the workplace

Family Law

The first step is always the hardest when tackling a family issue. We offer a fixed fee first meeting to spend time with you, listening to your concerns, and offering tailored advice. We can also assess your eligibility for Legal Aid .

Family Law Mediation

Family law mediation represents a dynamic and structured process in which a neutral third party, known as a mediator, assists disputing parties in resolving their conflicts. This is achieved using specialized communication and negotiation techniques designed to facilitate understanding and agreement.

Immigration Law

Our Edmonton immigration lawyers help individuals and businesses navigate the complex immigration system. They provide advice on navigating the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship process as well as assisting clients seeking permanent or temporary residence in Canada.

Personal Injury

There are often peripheral repercussions of your accident that you may not have considered dealing with until an experienced personal injury lawyer brings them to your attention. If unanticipated considerations go unaddressed, you’ll likely not get another chance to seek compensation in the future.

Power Of Attorney

At MD Law Group, our experienced lawyers understand the complex laws surrounding power of attorney in Canada. We can assist you in creating a POA that meets all your specific needs and ensure that it is legally valid under Canadian law.

Real Estate Law

Dealing with real estate can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be! Let us relieve you of all the pressures of home purchasing, selling, and refinancing semantics by putting your trust in our Edmonton MD Real Estate lawyers.

Sex Crimes

No two sex crime cases are alike, and defending yourself against these charges can be challenging. This is why it’s important to have an experienced sex crime lawyer on your side. They will provide legal advice, guide you through the court process, and protect your rights as a defendant.

Wills

One of the main benefits of having a will is that it allows you to have control over how your assets and possessions are distributed after your passing. Without a will, your assets may be distributed according to provincial laws, which may not align with your wishes.

What Our Clients Say About Us...

Hear from some local people we've been able to help.
Lawyers Edmonton AB
Positive: Professionalism , Responsiveness , Value Well from my personal experience shes the absolute best lawyer helped me alot I can honestly say there's not a better person who could of handled my case. Truly one of a kind.
Christian Leroy
a year ago
Positive: Professionalism , Quality , Responsiveness , Value Amazing lawyer. Dan Murphy is the best lawyer I have ever encountered. He is professional and dedicated. He takes the time to explain matters well and instills confidence in his clients. Your money is well spent with Dan Murphy. I thank God I found him as he helped me in a very dark place in my life. Thank you!!
Natasha Kootenhayoo
a year ago
I highly recommended Jessica she got all my charges withdrawn and I didn’t even have to show up to one court hearing she took care of everything so I got to stay working didn’t have to miss a day only time I was going to have to show up was trial but it didn’t get that far before she got all charges withdrawn if I could give them a ten I would best Laywer I’ve ever had and actually tried to get them withdrawn not just get me fines and on probation!!! ☺️ Thank you
Jeniene Anderson
a year ago

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What Should I Do Immediately If I’m Falsely Accused Of A Crime In Alberta?

What Should I Do Immediately If I’m Falsely Accused Of A Crime In Alberta?

First and foremost, remain calm and do not attempt to confront the accuser or anyone else related to the case. Confrontations can escalate the situation and potentially harm your defence. It is essential to seek legal representation promptly; a lawyer experienced in criminal defence can provide guidance and help protect your rights throughout the legal process.
What Is An Expert Witness In The Context Of An Alberta Criminal Trial?

What Is An Expert Witness In The Context Of An Alberta Criminal Trial?

In the context of an Alberta criminal trial, an expert witness is an individual who possesses specialized knowledge, skills, experience, or training that is beyond the scope of ordinary experience.
What Is The Main Difference Between Divorce Mediation And Litigation In Alberta Canada?

What Is The Main Difference Between Divorce Mediation And Litigation In Alberta Canada?

Divorce mediation is a collaborative process where a neutral third party, the mediator, helps the divorcing couple communicate and negotiate to reach a mutually acceptable agreement.
How Is Property Divided During A Divorce In Alberta?

How Is Property Divided During A Divorce In Alberta?

In Alberta, the division of property during a divorce is governed by the Matrimonial Property Act. This legislation outlines how assets and debts should be divided between spouses when a marriage ends. Generally, the assets and debts acquired during the marriage are considered matrimonial property and are subject to equal division between the spouses.
What Is A Bail Hearing In Alberta?

What Is A Bail Hearing In Alberta?

A bail hearing in Alberta is a judicial proceeding in which a judge or justice of the peace determines whether an accused person should be released from custody while awaiting trial. This process is critical as it balances the rights of the accused with the need to ensure public safety and the integrity of the judicial process.
What Are Some Common Defences Against Assault Charges In Alberta?

What Are Some Common Defences Against Assault Charges In Alberta?

One common defence against assault charges in Alberta is self-defence. If an individual can prove that they were protecting themselves from immediate harm, this can be a valid legal defence. This often involves demonstrating that the threat was imminent and that the force used was reasonable under the circumstances.