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Affidavit of Records and Your Claim

At Inlet Law, we often receive questions regarding the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench document disclosure (or record disclosure) process. Clients worry about what needs to be disclosed, what happens to their confidential records, and how the documents and information...

Inlet Law is Expanding

We are very excited to share that our office is expanding beyond the Inlet. With a new satellite space open at Regus Solo District, Inlet is making a solid effort to provide accessibility to top tier legal services in more...

One heck of a week!

First and foremost, Naz Panah is set to make her first ever court appearance Monday morning. In addition, we have settled six files, prepared for a summary trial on Monday, we are set to appear in the Alberta Court of...

Inlet Law Has Moved!

You can now find our offices at 612 - 220 Brew Street, in Port Moody, British Columbia, off of Ioco Road in Suterbrook Village. Due to COVID, we are not accepting walk-in meetings, and request that you contact us at...

Martin Sheard assisted me, and his work was first-rate. He was knowledgeable, efficient, and made me absolutely confident that I had received exactly the legal services I needed.
— Joe Broadhurst / Managing Partner, Broadhurst Kooy Family Law

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Martin Sheard has advocated at the Supreme Court of Canada on behalf of financially marginalized Canadians. Only about once every two years does the Supreme Court of Canada hear an employment law case, so this was a special moment for Martin.