Civil Litigation

If you are seeking justice in a commercial or personal financial dispute, the experienced lawyers at Worobec Law Offices can assist you.

When you are involved in a civil dispute, you may feel overwhelmed and find yourself distracted from your work and personal life.  Our job at Worobec Law Offices is to work with our clients to resolve such disputes efficiently and effectively so you are able to focus on the more important aspects of your life.

Civil lawsuits are complicated, and whether you are the plaintiff or defendant they involve many steps, including initial Statements of Claim or Statements of Defence, Affidavits of Documents, Questionings and various pre-trial motions and hearings before you can even get to a trial.  Each of these steps involves the proper completion of certain forms, meeting specific timelines and following required procedures, and failure to properly complete each step or meet each requirement can lead to your claim or defence being unsuccessful.

In Alberta, the Small Claims division of the Provincial Court deals with all civil matters where the amount claimed is $50,000.00 or less.  If the claim is over $50,000 or with certain specific claims the matter is heard by the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench.  Regardless of which level of court your matter is in, and regardless of whether you are initiating or defending a civil claim, it is important that you have legal counsel with the knowledge and experience necessary to give you the best chance to win your case.  You can count on the lawyers at Worobec Law Offices to provide you that knowledge and experience.

Greg Worobec

Greg was born in Mayo, Yukon Territory and after living in Edmonton for a short period moved with his family to Sherwood Park in 1971.  He graduated from Salisbury Composite

R. Alexander Kennedy

Mr. Kennedy was born in Edmonton and lived in the Edmonton area for most of his life.  Alex holds bachelor’s degrees in Microbiology and Education from the University of Alberta. 

Ashly Betteridge

Legal Assistant.