Comprehensive Services

Emergency Protection and Restraining Orders


An Emergency Protection Order is a type of restraining order that can be put immediately into effect. The order provides for the immediate protection for victims of domestic violence, child abuse, stalking, harassment, and other types of crimes. Emergency Protection Order (EPO) can be required if violence or threatening behavior occurs between family members and there is a need for immediate protection, and can be used to remove an offender from their home and prevent their return. A Restraining Order in family violence situations applies to people who have lived together in a relationship where the other party doesn’t need to be notified. In this case people are afraid for their physical safety and in most instances, you can get the order within the same day. Restraining orders are usually in place for 3 months, but even permanently, if necessary.

Resolve Legal Group lawyers have substantial trial and courtroom experience dealing with applications filed under the Protection Against Family Violence Act.

Contact our Calgary office (403-229-2365) or Cochrane office (403-907-0251) to book an emergency appointment.

Emergency Protection and Restraining Orders


In Alberta, a Commissioner of Oath is certified to endorse affirmations and declarations, take and receive affidavits or administer oaths. These legal documents and agreements are only valid for use in Alberta. Commissioners for Oaths are often legal assistants or assistants employed at law and real estate offices.

Contact our Calgary office (403-229-2365) or Cochrane office (403-907-0251) to book and appointment.

Notary Public Services


In Alberta, a Notary Public has all the powers of a Commissioner of Oaths and can endorse documents to be used outside the Province. Notary Publics that are lawyers or judges can witness, certify and attest business documents, contracts and property agreements. All practicing lawyers are notaries public.

Contact our Calgary office (403-229-2365) or Cochrane office (403-907-0251) to book and appointment.

Dependent Adult Applications


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Commissioner for Oaths


Is a person who is authorized to verify affidavits, which are statements in writing and on oath, and other legal documents. A Commissioner for Oaths is certified to endorse affirmations and declarations, they can also take and receive affidavits or administer oaths within the province.