The health and safety of our clients and staff is the utmost importance to Turning Point Law.
We remain open during this crisis but we are not accepting walk in clients. We are communicating with clients remotely (telephone, email, Zoom, Skype, Facetime and Facebook Messenger) and when we meet with clients to sign documents, we are:
• Maintaining a social distance between clients and staff, including implementing a no hand shake policy.
• Regularly disinfecting high-touch surfaces, particularly areas that clients use.
• Requiring staff to clean hands regularly.
• Any any staff who have family members who are infected to self-isolate and follow the protocol outlined by Alberta Health Services.
Finally, we think it is important that everyone have a Personal Directive during this outbreak so we are not charging for Personal Directives for any new Wills clients during the month of March and April.
Turning Point Law was established in 2004 as a partnership between Andrew McLaughlin and his father, Paul McLaughlin. Andrew continues this Wills and Estates practice with his wife, Wendy McLaughlin.
The vision was, and remains, to build a law firm that delivers personalized, high quality legal services.
We called ourselves Turning Point Law to express our commitment to helping our clients find peace of mind.
We chose Sherwood Park so we would be readily accessible to clients throughout Central Alberta.
We have helped thousands of Albertans to document their wishes regarding the distribution of their property after death, and thousands more with the often emotionally charged job of administering the estate of a loved one.
We welcome new clients from all walks of life.
Our philosophy is to provide our clients with peace of mind by:
Helping our clients to achieve their legal, financial and personal goals through expert legal services or referrals to others who have the necessary expertise.
Always treating people with respect and dignity.
Being worthy of our clients' trust.
Striving to ensure that our clients understand any advice we give, documents we prepare or steps we take on their behalf.
Exceeding our ethical responsibilities to our clients, the justice system and the public.
Enduring Powers of Attorney
Farm Succession Planning
Applications for Grants of Probate and Administration
Estate Beneficiary Representation