Don’t Settle For Less
Choosing the right attorney can make all the difference
Being a small Regina, Saskatchewan law firm, the lawyers of MacKay & McLean give personal, professional attention to each of their clients; thus maximizing results all while minimizing cost. Their lawyers and front office staff take the time to talk to you so that you are comfortable with the process. More importantly, they take the time to listen to you.
Trust Your Team
You need a Regina lawyer with expertise you can rely on
The team at MacKay & McLean is made up of skilled lawyers with years of experience, lawyers who know that providing personalized service is extremely important. Every situation that requires legal counsel is unique and every person requesting legal assistance comes to us with their own set of circumstances. We believe in taking the time to understand the needs of each client and ensure we provide accurate and relevant guidance.
Our Areas of Expertise
MacKay & McLean Regina offer full scale legal services to Saskatchewan. Our team of lawyers and legal professionals are equipped to help you with the legal aspects of purchasing a new home, to representing a client in personal injury case, through to criminal and family law.
Abou Our Team
Committed to Our Clients
At MacKay & McLean, we are focused on offering the best solution to your needs and ensuring we provide excellent client service.
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We offer a variety of legal services and are able to represent you in a variety of situations that require counsel. In addition, we do offer a free initial consultation. This allows us to determine how we can help you, what the cost of services will be, and ensure we...
MacKay & McLean Are Happy to Announce Our New Website Welcome to our new website! The Regina legal team at MacKay & McLean have just launched a brand new website!! When we knew it was time for an online refresh, we turned to the web development team...
MacKay & McLean Discuss Rules Around Paying Capital Gains on Property Questions often arise as to whether a one must pay capital gains on the sale of their property. The general rule is that one does NOT pay capital gains on the sale of their "personal" residence....