“Use soft words and hard arguments.”

English Proverb

At DBH Law we regularly advise our clients on how to avoid conflict and minimize risk. When disputes do arise, we make every effort to resolve them outside of the courtroom. We pride ourselves on our common sense approach and ability to think outside of the box.

Calgary Bankruptcy & Litigation Law

However, sometimes early resolution is not possible and litigation becomes inevitable. When it does, we will aggressively protect your interests through all phases of the lawsuit. Our lawyers have successfully resolved hundreds of commercial claims and have represented clients at all levels of Court in Alberta and a wide variety of administrative boards, tribunals and commissions.

If you require help to resolve a dispute, our lawyers can provide cost efficient, goal- oriented assistance to help you find a solution.

    • Bankruptcy and insolvency
    • Builders’ lien claims
    • Collections and recovery
    • Contract and commercial disputes
    • Defamation claims
    • Employment claims
    • Estate litigation
    • Foreclosure
    • Fraud and asset tracing
    • Insurance claims
    • Investor claims
    • Landlord-tenant disputes
    • Negligence and tort claims
    • Shareholder disputes

Judy Burke’s warmth and good humour really helped me get through what was one of the most stressful times in my life.
Siania Biehl

“I changed lawyers in the middle of a foreclosure. I knew very quickly I had the right person. Judy Burke was fully engaged in the file. She was thorough, efficient and effective from a cost and timeliness perspective.

But two things stood out for me more than anything else. First, she was a good communicator with the realtor and myself. She was respectful of everyone involved including the potential buyer who had gotten very frustrated with the process. Judy Burke kept the realtor fully informed which under the circumstances was critical to our success.

Secondly, I felt reassured that she fully and truly represented my legitimate interests to the Court.”
John van Dongen