We offer a service tailored according to each client's unique situation and needs. Our lawyers, associates and staff share an uncompromising commitment to excellence and dedication. We believe when it comes to how we serve and interact with our clients everything matters.
This includes Residential, Commercial Purchases & Sales, Cottage & Investment Property Purchases & Sales, Landlord-Tenant Negotiations, Residential Lease Agreements and Commercial Lease Agreements.
This includes Estate Planning, Estate & Trust Administration and Simple Wills.
This includes dispute resolution including personal injury claims, SGI/No fault/Tort Insurance property litigation and international litigation.
We provide expert legal services to injury accident victims. In dealing with the insurer we come alongside you as an accident victim and bring understanding and greater control back into your life.
With more than 50 years combined experience in Criminal Law our lawyers has extensive experience in all types of criminal trials. Ou lawyers have experience appearing in the trial and appellate Courts throughout Saskatchewan.
For almost 10 years we have successfully dealt with hundreds of claims relating to residential school abuses.We have represented more than 500 residential school survivors.
This includes visa applications and citizen applications.
Including Purchase and Sales Transactions, Business Structures, Commercial Contracts and Mergers and Acquisitions.
Meet our legal team
Gordon Kirkby was admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1985 and is a partner with the KIRKBY FOURIE COERTZE law firm in the City of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Gordon was born and raised in Saskatchewan. Gordon graduated with a Bachelor of Science Advanced in Mathematics, magna cum laude and a law degree from the University of Saskatchewan and has practised extensively throughout northern Saskatchewan, developing strong ties to various local communities in the province. Gordon's knowledge of government workings was greatly enhanced by his service as mayor of Prince Albert, followed by being elected as a Member of Parliament. Gordon served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General for Canada, Chair of the Standing Committee for Natural Resources, Chair of the Standing Committee for Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Chief Federal Negotiator. Gordon is also a past Member of the Board of Governors, University of Saskatchewan and the Board of Police Commissioners in the City of Prince Albert. Gordon has extensive experience in all areas of Aboriginal law, including constitutional litigation, regulatory law, Specific Claims, governance and business development. Gordon's 30+ combined years of experience in the legal and political arenas has allowed him to be particularly effective in a wide range of legal work helping to develop productive relationships between various local communities, companies, and/or governmental entities. Gordon also has extensive experience as a criminal defence lawyer at various levels of court. Gordon, an avid hunter and fisherman in his spare time, lives in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan with his wife celebrated Canadian author Mary-Ann Kirkby and son Levi Kirkby.
Philip Fourie, Philip Fourie, B.L.C., LL.B., M.Env.Mgmt. (Dist.), is a Partner with the KIRKBY FOURIE COERTZE law firm in the City of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Philip is a former Military Judge, federal crown prosecutor, Government legal adviser, and Governor of The Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association. Philip serves on the Board of Directors of several charitable organizations and companies including Christian Legal Fellowship, the Foundation for Cross Cultural Education Canada and Kingsmere Financial Services Inc.. Over the past ten years Philip has acted as litigation counsel in a number of National high-profile public interest Constitutional Law and Administrative Law cases. Philip has also acted as general and litigation counsel for various Aboriginal Groups and First Nations. He has personally conducted more than 300 Residential School hearings in various provinces. His general practice includes a special emphasis on Aboriginal Law, Child and Family Services, Civil Litigation and Administrative law. Philip resides in Prince Albert with his wife, Noelene le Roux-Fourie and his three sons.
Thomas Coertze, LL.B is an Associate with the KIRKBY FOURIE COERTZE law firm in the City of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. His practice includes Real Estate, Wills & Estates, Contract Law and Personal Injury Claims. He has practised law in multiple jurisdictions which assists him in the facilitation of international commercial transactions. Thomas enjoys the outdoors, spending time with family and friends and travelling.