For all your "Family First" Legal Care in Saskatchewan.

About us

Our firm brings a no nonsense, common-sense approach to the issues while paying attention to process and cost efficiency. We service all of Saskatchewan and collaborate extra-provincially to better suit your needs. We are a team with 50+ years’ experience, successfully appearing at the Provincial Court, Court of Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan. We do the work while listening, coaching and counselling on a personal level during your entire legal process. We are conscious of your needs at all stages of the legal process and believe our CJC family is taking care of your family


  • CJC & Co. LLP developed the first and only "Family First" concept boutique law firm believing in a philosophy that the CJC family is here to provide legal care to yours. This unique concept is to provide family members with services throughout stages and circumstances of life when it's needed. Not just once!
  • If you’ve been looking for the right firm, your search is over – we’re different in all the right ways.
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