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Proudly Serving:


Milk River,


Southern Alberta

Since 1976

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Thiessen Law Group - Lethbridge Lawyer

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Thiessen Law Group is a law firm based out of

Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.

Our office serves clients with a diverse range of legal needs;

our main practice areas include: 

Corporate Law,

Commercial & Farm Real Estate,

Residential Real Estate,

Managed Estates,

Wills & Estate Planning,

Probate & Estates.


Regular office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.

To book an appointment or consultation, please contact us during regular office hours:

Phone - (403) 381-7343

Fax - (403) 381-7350

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Main Office Address:

1412 – 3 Avenue South
Lethbridge, Alberta  
T1J 0K6

Branch Office Address*:

204 Main Street North West
Milk River, Alberta

*Please be advised that our branch office is only available on Wednesday mornings.



Buying & Selling Real Estate – What is a Property Tax Adjustment?

One of the most frequently asked questions that we have of our Residential Real Estate department is related to the Property Tax Adjustment. It is not uncommon for Buyers to get settled into their new home and receive a Property Tax reminder – often times they ask themselves “how can I be responsible for the entire years’ worth of taxes if I only just moved in!”

The Final Mortgage Payment - Now What?

Chances are likely that you remember that day many years ago when you first signed your mortgage documents.  At that time there was so many papers to sign and much to understand - it may have seemed overwhelming.  Since then much time has passed, including too many mortgage payments to count, and now you might be wondering - what is next?  

Once that final mortgage payment clears the bank one would think that they are done and ready to enjoy their mortgage-free existence.

Duties and Liabilities of Executors

The Executor, also known as a personal representative, is responsible for administering the estate of the deceased. Below are details of the more important duties that may be involved.

  • arranging and paying for the funeral;
  • reviewing and understanding the will;...
What is a Personal Representative?

The authority of the Personal Representative (Estate Trustee/Executor) stems from his/her/its appointment under the Will of the deceased. Such authority, although validated by the Courts in the Probate process, does not stem from this recognition. Thus it can be said that Probate is a process whereby the Courts formally recognizes the authority of the Personal Representative.