Doug is a senior family lawyer who has practiced family law for over 36 years. His practice is largely mediation and arbitration of family law disputes. Often Doug is acting as a mediator/arbitrator in a hybrid process that combines the benefit of both mediation and arbitration. In addition, Doug assists a few select clients in reaching resolution through negotiation, collaborative law, mediation, arbitration, and when necessary through litigation.
Admitted to the Alberta Bar on January 10, 1986, Doug initially was a general practitioner involved in many different areas of the law including criminal law, wills, estates, corporate, commercial, real estate, foreclosure, civil litigation, and family law, etc., After a few years, he began specializing in family law. Doug has been practicing for over 36 years. His last 32 years have focused entirely on family law matters. For the last 24 years, he has practiced at MoeHannah LLP, a firm well known for its leadership in problem-solving approaches to family law. He has also been mediating for over 28 years and arbitrating for over 25 years.