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A History Of The Jaques Law Office




Our law office was founded in 1982 by Kirk Rondeau and Alan Snell. In 1988, Kevin Jaques assumed the practice. Kevin was raised in Regina, and attended Lakeview School, Sheldon Williams Collegiate, and the University of Regina, earning a variety of scholarships and his degree in Psychology. Kevin obtained a score in the 99th percentile on the Law School Admission Test, and was accepted at a variety of Law Schools. He chose our own University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. He has continued to study the law and other areas of education

Kevin Jaques 2003

Kevin's ambition since childhood was a general practice of law in a small firm in Regina. Kevin brought an experience focused mainly on court work but soon developed expertise in a wide variety of areas. The only areas not yet developed are those of the corporate structure of publicly traded corporations, and the registration of intellectual property. He currently emphasizes solicitor work, including real estate, wills and estates, and corporate law.

Kevin is proud of his family, Paula Sostorics, his wife, and his two children, Natasha, born in 1989, and Sam, born in 1992. He has participated in varied activities in both the legal and non-legal community, belonging to the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association (STLA), the MacIntosh User's Group of Regina (M.U.G.O.R.S.) Inc.) (as President for several years), and Mensa at various times.

Paula Sostorics 2003 Paula Sostorics began working with the office initially as a bookkeeper from home in the early 1990's, but gradually increased her hours and her duties. She is now a highly skilled real estate paralegal as well as Office Manager.

Cameron Trent Schmunk joined our firm as an Articling Student in June of 1998. He was 'admitted to the bar' (licensed to practice law) in June of 1999 and remained with us until 2005.

Jayme Day, then Jayme Williams, joined our firm as an Articling Student in June of 2000. She was 'admitted to the bar' (licensed to practice law) in June of 2001 and remained with us until June 2002.

Shane Kozakavich, a former badminton champion, joined our firm as an Articling Student in June of 2003, and 'signed the rolls' to become a full laywer on July 9, 2004. He remained with us until 2005.

We began to focus on Real Estate, Wills and Estates, and Small Business. This was timely because Saskatchewan was soon experiencing a boom with both Real Estate and business in general. Kevin accepted the post of Chair of the South Saskatchewan Real Estate and Wills and Estates Section of the Canadian Bar Association. His combined campaign and acceptance speech was "I guess I'm willing." However, the experience has been rewarding and he continues to hold the post today.

In December of 2008, as we approached our 21st year anniversary, we moved to a new location in a quiet and prestigious residential neighbourhood. Parking, security, and access are much improved for our clients here. However, since it is zoned as 'residential', there is no 'drop in' access, but clients may come by appointment. Nor can there be exterior signs. We will continue to expand our ability to work with our clients via the internet.

 

Our goal is effective, reasonable and responsive service to our clients, achieved through a competent and highly computerized approach.

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