Brad A. Balon B.A., J.D.*
“I strive to provide my clients with competent, practical and efficient legal advice. I always feel a sense of accomplishment when I am able to assist my clients in achieving their goals. It is that sense of accomplishment that makes my job so incredibly rewarding.”
I grew up in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. At an early age I became interested in the legal profession. My father was a lawyer, and I spent countless hours after school assisting my dad at his law firm. In 2001 I was accepted into the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan. I later graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree in 2004, and immediately went on to article with Johnston Ming Manning LLP. I became a partner of the firm in 2008 and have since focused my practice on the following areas:
Real Estate Transactions – Assisting clients with buying, selling, re-financing and leasing residential and commercial real estate;
Estate Planning – Guiding clients with the preparation of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives;
Estate Administration – Advising clients on the various issues related to handling an estate, including obtaining grants of probate and administration;
Corporate Law – Assisting clients in setting up corporations, as well as dealing with the general maintenance and restructuring issues related thereto;
Commercial Transactions – Guiding clients through the process of buying or selling a business, as well as assisting borrowers and lenders with setting up commercial financing.
When I’m not assisting clients, I spend my time with my wife, Kate and my two boys, Quinn and Ben. As a family we participate in everything from travelling, waterskiing, hockey and more.
I am always happy to take on new clients. I look forward to meeting you.
* Denotes Professional Corporation
Meet Our Team
David M. Manning Q.C.
Darrell R. Moore
Jennifer A. Campbell
Christopher A. Rickards Q.C.
Sandra L. Manning
Brad A. Balon
Andrew J. Luft
Brett A. Bothwell
Lindsey C. Sheppard
Elyse M. Bouey
Kelly J. le Vann
Joyce F. Sawchuk
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