Curtis Long practices in and around Edmonton and Sherwood Park, with a branch office in Mundare serving his rural and small town clients.
After graduation from the University of Alberta in 1974, Curtis first practiced in small law firm settings. He later became counsel and part of the management team of three separate public companies. His business experience together with his ongoing interest in unusual cases, gives Curtis a unique approach to solving legal problems.
Curtis Long conducts a general civil litigation practice, advancing the claims of clients, or defending their interests, in all levels of the Alberta Courts.
He also provides the public with core legal services in most areas of the law.
- Commercial and residential Real Estate sales and purchases
- Full estate planning packages, including Formal Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Sales and purchases of businesses
- Incorporation of companies
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Someone once said to me that I was a prairie defence lawyer. It was a fair description for the time. Then I regularly traveled prairie miles to defend local citizens against local police. I went to bat for them often out of my own natural distaste for random authority. I react the same way to the fascism of our times.