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McGlashan & Mackinnon is a full service law firm dedicated to the ethical, effective, and efficient practice of law to serve the best interests of our clients.  McGlashan & Mackinnon was formed on July 16, 2001 and has served Northern and Central Alberta with pride ever since, including Edmonton, Fort McMurray and more.

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When you are charged with a crime, there are a wide range of outcomes that can happen. Your defense lawyer is your key to making sure you experience the best possible one. Making the right choice is essential.

At McGlashan and MacKinnon, our experienced and qualified defense attorneys know what it takes to get you justice. They will aggressively and effectively represent you in a court of law, presenting powerful evidence and negotiating with expertise. Your case will be in the hands of capable professionals.

No matter the severity of your crime, we will work to reduce your sentence, lessen the impact, and ensure you are able to move forward with your life. We understand that accidents happen, and that one mistake shouldn’t haunt you for the rest of your life.

Don’t risk your future. Choose McGlashan and MacKinnon as your criminal defense lawyers.

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Unwed and Without Children? You Still Need a Will

March 5, 2018
When people think about wills, they often think only about the future of their spouse and children, but for those without a family a will is still an incredibly important document. Here are some things to consider if you do not have a will and are without kids and a spouse. It isn’t Just for After You Die A will and testament is a legal document that outlines your wishes in the event of your death but also in the event of your being unable to make certain decisions. This could be the result of an accident, a medical issue or something else, but people are rendered unable to make decisions for themselves every day. When that happens, their will, listing important things like power of attorney and control over your estate, falls to someone else. If you do not have that lined out, then it will be up to the province to decide these things for you, which means your wishes may not be honoured. You Will Have No Say in Your Funeral Depending on your beliefs, how you are laid to rest is extremely important. It may just be personally important that you are buried or cremated but without a will, those wishes will be left up to the government. Having no will, no spouse, and no children means your entire funeral will…
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