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Innes Law

Grande Prairie’s Boutique Law Firm

Located in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Innes Law is a boutique law firm committed to providing expert legal advice with integrity and honesty.  As a firm that focuses exclusively on family and real estate law, we help guide our clients through the significant transitions that life brings.  We are consistent, patient and professional, giving each new client the attention they deserve. An integral part of our services is to work closely with our clients so that they can make the right decisions for them.


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Jocelyn E. Innes studied commerce at the University of Victoria prior to completing her law degree at the University of Alberta in 2008. Jocelyn articled and practiced in Edmonton with one of the oldest and most respected firms in the Province prior to returning to her hometown in 2010. Jocelyn’s practice focuses on family law and real estate.  She has published papers for the Legal Education Society of Alberta in both areas and has been published in The Barrister – Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association on family law.  Jocelyn is active in the community and volunteers with Grande Prairie Legal Guidance, and the Grande Prairie Bar Association.

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Kayla completed a two-year legal administrative certificate and graduated with honors. Since 2016, Kayla has worked in many areas of law, focusing on family law for the past three years.

Juanita, one of our real estate conveyancers, trained locally at Grande Prairie Regional College.  She has been working in real estate for over 17 years, and has an exceptional range of knowledge and experience.

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Gordon R. Innes graduated in 1974 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History; he completed his law degree at the University of Ottawa in 1978 and was subsequently called to both the Alberta and British Columbia Bars. He then started Innes Law. He was one of the most sought-after experienced counsel in the Peace Country and was appointed the Queen’s Counsel designation for his contribution to the legal profession. He continues to mentor with the firm today.

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