Not having the talent to be a plumber, but having the marks (and then some) to be a lawyer, Brent Mainwood has been practicing law for over 35 years…and is still driven to help and work with people every single day.
After 19 years of practicing law at a downtown Calgary firm, Brent ventured into his own sole practitioner venture, Mainwood Legal, in 2000. Since then, he has grown Mainwood Legal into a team of full time lawyers and support staff.
Starting Mainwood Legal as a way to work closer with people instead of large corporations, Brent brings his knowledge, experience – including his qualifications as a professional mediator – and empathetic personality to each case and individual. He works to remove stress, explain details, and guide clients, ensuring that all know what is expected and when, saving them time and money, particularly within the fields of Real Estate Transactions. He has worked hard to build a practice that welcomes clients – and their families – instilling them with confidence that Brent, along with the entire team at Mainwood Legal, is on their side, looking after their needs.
He continues to be an active member in professional associations, such as:
When not working diligently on behalf of his clients, Brent has, in the past, assisted a town close to Calgary with its Beaver Control. To know more about this, you will have to ask Brent.
Call: 403-720-2712 ext 3008
Brent & Maureen, thank you for your prompt efficient responses to my emails and request for information. As usual it has been a pleasure working with you and your office on these transactions.
Jessica, John, and Brent; Thank You on behalf of our board, our community at large and our Downtown congregation in particular for a job well done. I look forward to review the victorious documentation you will be sending to us.
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