M. Roy Carter, Q.C.

M. ROY CARTER, Q.C. has been practicing in Grande Prairie since 1980, and he was one of the youngest lawyers in Alberta to receive his Queen’s Councel designation at the age of 38 years. With deep roots in the Peace Country, Roy has been sought out by top business professionals due to his understanding of the complex business environment of Alberta and how it applies in a legal context. Top tier service and attention to detail have earned Roy a reputation of excellence not only within Grande Prairie, but across the province.   Work in the oil & gas industry has taken Roy outside of Western Canada including work in the USA, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Syria, U.A.E and Bahrain.

Ronald J. Horrigan

RONALD J. HORRIGAN has been practicing in Grande Prairie since 1980 and has worked in all areas of law, including family, criminal, corporate, wills, estates, as well as real estate. Within his practice at Carter Lock & Horrigan, he has specialized  to include corporate, commercial, wills, estates, and real estate, and provides clients with top quality advice in these areas. Ron also has deep roots in the Grande Prairie area his family having emigrated from Scotland to Bezanson in 1929.

Natasha Collins

NATASHA COLLINS received her Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration degree  from the University of Ottawa in 2012, and was called to the Bar in 2013. Natasha’s in depth business knowledge has allowed her to excel in the areas of asset and share sales, corporate agreements, and secured lending for clients of all sizes in a diverse range of industries. Beyond her corporate/commercial practice, Natasha also provides clients with personalized service in the areas of wills, estates, and real estate. As a Grande Prairie native, she is proudly involved throughout the community in sports and various local events.

Brent D. Cage

BRENT D. CAGE practices primarily corporate and commercial law advising clients on all aspects of business transactions including mergers and acquisitions, dispositions and reorganizations.  He has extensive experience advising on corporate agreements of a general nature pertaining to the development and ongoing operation of a business.

Brent grew up in Beaverlodge and has long established roots in the communities of the west county.  Prior to joining Carter Lock & Horrigan, Brent practiced law in Calgary for 10 years in the areas of securities and corporate finance.  Brent completed his articles with a top tier national law firm and then went on to practice as an associate with a securities boutique and as a partner with a full service business law firm.  Brent has represented both publicly listed companies and small to mid-sized companies providing counsel on such matters as private placements, initial public offerings, securities regulation, corporate governance and general corporate and commercial law.

Brent has a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta, a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Calgary and a Juris Doctor from the University of Saskatchewan.  He was called to the Alberta Bar in 2003.