Our Lawyers

Clifford Michael Nimegeers

Background:
Clifford was raised one of 13 children on a large cattle and grain farm in the Weyburn, Saskatchewan area. He graduated from Weyburn High School and continued his education with the University of Saskatchewan. There he achieved his Bachelor of Arts (English/Philosophy) and thereafter his Bachelor of Laws (1966). He was called to the Bar in 1967.

Practice History:
Clifford has practiced law in Swift Current since 1966. He has experience in most areas of the law including criminal, civil litigation, family law, surface rights and mineral rights, wills & estate planning, all types of farm and ranch and commercial sales, and general practice. He is now focused particularly in the following areas:

  • Wills, Estate Planning & Wealth Management
  • Estate Administration
  • Home, Farm & Business Transactions and Mortgages
  • Mineral/Surface Rights

Contributions to Community:

  • Founder, Canadians Share (Local Disaster Relief Charity)
  • Long standing activities with the Church Community including Building Advisory, Parish Council, etc.
  • Various Legal Education Presentations for SKLESI
  • Extensive Presentations for Surface Rights Associations in various communities throughout Southwest Saskatchewan
  • Various Presentations regarding Estate Planning, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives for numerous Community Groups
  • Swift Current School Board
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association

Carla Marie Carlson

Background:
Youngest of three children, Carla Carlson was born and raised in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. She graduated from the Swift Current Comprehensive High School and attended the University of Calgary where she achieved her Bachelor or Social Work. She worked as a Social Worker for a number of years in the capacity of a Child Welfare Worker, Crisis Intervention worker, private counselor and community programmer. She then attended the University of Saskatchewan and received her Bachelor of Laws with Great Distinction (2001). Carla was called to the Bar in 2002. She is married and has two daughters.

Practice History:
Carla has experience both as a Social Worker and as a Lawyer with Court processes and procedures. Her social work training uniquely qualifies her to deal with family dynamics and challenging situations. Her preferred areas of practice include:

  • Wills, Estate Planning & Wealth Management
  • Estate Administration
  • Home, Farm & Business Transactions and Mortgages
  • Immigration Law
  • Corporate/Commercial
  • Family Law/Property Settlements/Adoption

Contributions to Community:

  • Southwest Crisis Services, Board of Directors 2002 to Present
  • Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers, District Governor 2002 to 2004
  • Beta Sigma Phi Lambda, Treasurer for 2003-2004 and Ongoing Member
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
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