Cold Lake

Cold Lake Family & Criminal Lawyers

Finding the right lawyer is important when facing legal issues like criminal charges or family matters. At Kurie Moore Law Group, we strive to match each client with an attorney who has the expertise needed for their unique situation.

Based in Sherwood Park, but working in communities across Alberta including Cold Lake, our bilingual team has years of combined experience handling a wide variety of cases. Whether you need assistance with criminal defense, divorce, custody issues, or other family law concerns, we can provide skilled representation.

We take time to fully understand each client’s circumstances and goals. Our approach involves clearly explaining all options, from negotiating settlements to preparing for trial. The well-being of our clients is our top priority as we work to achieve the best possible outcome for their case.

Contact Kurie Moore Law Group for a consultation. Our affordable services and knowledgeable lawyers can.

Our Family Law Services in Cold Lake

Providing compassionate guidance through family legal matters is an important part of what we do at Kurie Moore Law Group. Our attorneys offer assistance in numerous areas affecting clients and their loved ones.

Whether you need help with custody arrangements, support orders, or other family law concerns, our team can navigate these complex processes with care, expertise, and a client-centered approach. Your well-being and that of your family is our top priority as we work to achieve resolutions tailored to your

  • Guardianship and Child Custody: In the Cold Lake region, our team is dedicated to aiding you with child custody and guardianship concerns.
  • Lawyers for Child Support: Our family lawyers are dedicated to aiding you with child support and other unforeseen bills. We constantly prioritise the needs of the children and make sure that they are met while working toward a long-term solution for you.
  • Cold Lake Divorce Lawyers Who Care: Our family lawyers are committed to assisting you in resolving your divorce concerns and, if necessary, navigating the legal system so that you do not feel lost or overwhelmed.
  • Parenting, Visitation, and Access; During a divorce, one of the most common issues that parents face is how to spend as much time as possible with their children. The family law experts at Kurie Moore Law Group are dedicated to assisting you with access requests and adjustments to your parenting arrangements.
  • Separation Contracts; Our team understands how difficult it can be to divorce your spouse or common-law partner. When going through a divorce, Kurie Moore Law Group’s skilled family law experts can assist you in drafting a fair and enforceable arrangement in court.
  • Cold Lake Spousal Support Lawyer: Our legal team can assist you in determining whether you will get or pay spousal support, the length of time you will pay or receive spousal support, and the amount of spousal support you will pay or receive.

Our legal staff has decades of experience guiding people through the legal system of family law. Our attorneys can assist you at any stage of the process.

Proven Cold Lake Criminal Lawyers

Kurie Moore Law Group’s criminal team understands the law and takes your charges seriously. Our team has a results-driven approach when defending you from assault charges.

  • Impaired driving and other driving offences: These include charges such as driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs, driving with a blood alcohol concentration over the legal limit, refusing to provide a breath or blood sample, driving while prohibited or suspended, and dangerous or careless driving. These offences can result in licence suspension, fines, criminal record, and jail time.
  • Domestic violence and assault: These include charges such as assault, assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, aggravated assault, sexual assault, and uttering threats. These offences can involve family members, spouses, partners, or ex-partners. These offences can result in no-contact orders, peace bonds, restraining orders, and jail time1.
  • Drug offences: These include charges such as possession, trafficking, production, or importation of controlled substances, such as cannabis, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, or fentanyl. These offences can result in seizure of property, fines, criminal record, and jail time3.
  • Theft and fraud: These include charges such as theft, shoplifting, robbery, fraud, forgery, identity theft, and breach of trust. These offences can involve stealing or misusing money, property, or information from individuals, businesses, or organizations. These offences can result in restitution orders, fines, criminal record, and jail time4.
  • Weapons offences: These include charges such as possession, use, or trafficking of prohibited or restricted weapons, such as firearms, knives, or explosives. These offences can involve violating the Firearms Act, the Criminal Code, or the Explosives Act. These offences can result in licence revocation, seizure of weapons, fines, criminal record, and jail time5.
  • Youth offences: These include charges involving young persons between the ages of 12 and 17 who are accused of committing criminal offences. These offences are governed by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, which has different rules and procedures than the adult criminal justice system. These offences can result in diversion programs, extrajudicial measures, community service, probation, custody, and criminal record.
  • Bail hearings and reviews: These involve applying for release from custody pending trial or appeal. Bail hearings are conducted before a justice of the peace or a judge, who decides whether to grant bail, deny bail, or impose conditions of release. Bail reviews are conducted before a higher court, who reviews the decision of the lower court and decides whether to vary, confirm, or revoke the bail order.
  • Appeals and judicial reviews: These involve challenging the decision or the process of a lower court or a tribunal. Appeals are conducted before a higher court, who reviews the record of the lower court and decides whether to uphold, overturn, or order a new trial. Judicial reviews are conducted before a superior court, who reviews the decision of a tribunal and decides whether to quash, vary, or remit the decision.

If you are facing any of these charges, you can contact Kurie Moore Law Group for a free consultation and experienced legal representation. They have fluently bilingual lawyers who can assist clients in both French and English. They also have a convenient location just one block from the Sherwood Park Provincial Court.

Cold Lake Lawyers

Cold Lake Courthouse
5323 48 Ave
Cold Lake, AB
T9M 1A1
Phone: (780) 594-3374


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Kurie Moore Law Group’s highly skilled and passionate lawyers are proud to offer our criminal, family law, and wills & estates services in the Cold Lake area.