We provide quality and personalized service at a reasonable fee to our clients. We provide services to clients in Calgary and other places in Alberta, Canada including Okotoks, Airdrie, Chestermere, Cochrane, and Fort McMurray. We Specialize in Real Estate Law, Corporate/Commercial/ Business Law, Oil and Gas, Wills, Estate Administration & Probate, and Immigration.


We also provide Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths services.





We represent Buyers, Sellers and Financial Institutions and other individuals in real estate transactions including:


  • Purchase and Sale of Residential Properties

  • Land Transfers

  • Mortgage Refinance

  • Preparation of Mortgages

  • Preparation and Review of Agreements for Sale, Leases, and Options to Purchase and Sell

  • Condominiums

  • Rent to Own Agreements



We provide our clients with a variety of corporate and commercial services, such as:

  • Incorporation of companies​

  • Preparation of corporate resolutions and Minute   Books

  • Incorporation of societies.

  • Registration of Societies with CRA for charity status.

  • Share Purchases and Sales

  • Joint Venture Agreements

  • Employment Agreement

  • Partnership Agreement

  • Contract Preparation and Negotiations

  • Review and Advice on Contracts

  • Real Estate Developments

  • Commercial Contracts including, Security Agreements, Promissory Notes, Bills Of Sale, Loan Agreements and Franchises 

  • Share Redemptions

  • Unanimous Shareholder Agreements

  • Business Asset Purchases and Sales

  • Due Diligence on Business Sale and Purchase

  • Trademark and Copy Right registrations

  • Commercial Real Estate Transactions

  • Condominium Bylaws and Condo Management Agreement

  • Notes, Bills of Sale, Loan Agreements, and Franchises




We provide services including the following to our Oil and Gas  clients:


  • Incorporation

  • Preparation and review of diverse agreements including joint venture agreements, partnership agreement, project management agreements, subcontract agreements, engineering, procurement, and construction agreement, transportation agreement and sales agreement etc.

  • Legal risk management and policy development.




A will is a legal document which states who should receive which of your assets after your death. It names the persons (Trustees/Personal Representatives) you want to manage the estate. It also allows you to name guardians for any dependent children and your wishes for their financial needs and upbringing.
Your estate includes real estate, cash, vehicles and personal effects stocks and bonds, insurance policies, and pension benefits.
It is a good idea to have a will as illness or accident could claim anybody at any time. A will is the only way to control who gets what you have.  If you die without a will:
    your estate may not be divided as you would have wished; Your remaining assets will be transferred to surviving family members based on rules in the Wills and Succession Act
    your estate may end up being more complicated and expensive for your family to handle;
     if there is no one to whom your estate can be left if you do not leave a will, your estate may end up going to the provincial government.
A will must be in writing in Canada.
We assist regarding:


    Preparation of wills
•    Application for Probate and Administration of Estate
•    Advice with respect to estate planning and the distribution of your property in the event of your death.
•    And much more



Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) is a power of attorney in which an adult authorizes a person (attorney) to make decisions on behalf of the adult, or do certain things in relation to the adult's financial and property matters, and that continues to have effect while, or comes into effect when, the adult becomes mentally incapacitated or is incapable of managing their financial affairs. This can include paying bills, depositing and investing money on your behalf, and even selling your house.
It is important that you appoint a trusted person as your attorney. It is also important that the content and execution of the document comply with the provisions of the law governing power of attorney in Alberta.
By executing an EPA now, you ensure that your properties are managed by someone you trust can act in your best interest and who knows what you want and your values. It is a simple and inexpensive way to plan ahead. Otherwise, if you have mental incapacity in future without the EPA, the court process of applying by someone to be the trustee of your property can be lengthy and expensive and can lead to disagreement among family members. 
You can always revoke your Enduring Power of Attorney as long as you are mentally capable.


A Personal Directive is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone in advance to make personal (non-financial) decisions on your behalf in case you lose your mental ability to make such decisions due to health problems. These include decisions relating to your health care, housing, medical treatment etc. It does not include decisions regarding your financial matters or properties. You require a power of attorney for this. 
The law in Alberta does not allow your spouse, partner, close relative or any other person to automatically make decisions for you in case you become incapacitated.
If you don’t make a Personal Directive before you become mentally incapacitated, a family member or an interested party will have to apply to the court to be appointed to act or make decisions regarding your personal matters. This process can be very lengthy and costly, lead to disagreement among family members and result in the appointment of someone you would not have appointed yourself.
In order to be valid, your Personal Directive must comply with all the requirements of Personal Directives Act.
We can help to prepare your Personal Directive




Below are the major focus areas of our firm:  
•    Permanent residence - express entry, profile creation 
•    Temporary residence visas
•    Study permit applications
•    Work permit applications
•    Super Visa
•    Spouse sponsorship
•    Child sponsorship
•    Parent and sibling sponsorship 
•    Canada experience class (express entry) applications
•    Federal Skilled workers (express entry) applications
•    Skilled Trades (express entry) 


Our services in this area include:
•    Administering oaths
•    Taking affidavits
•    Certified Copies of Original Documents
•    Affirmations
•    Statutory Declarations
•    Authentications
•    Power of Attorney
•    Guarantee acknowledgment certificates
•    Out-of-Country Travel Consent Letters for Minors 
•    Notarization of Invitation Letters for Visitor Visa
•    Independent Legal Advice on a Non-Retainer Basis, such as Personal Guarantees, Security Agreements or Powers of Attorney Documents; Dower Release etc.



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Barrister and Solicitor

Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths

Tel: 1 403-454-9864


Photo of Jide Kupoluyi, Calgary real estate lawyer, Calgary business lawyer, Calgary immigration lawyer, Calgary wills and estate lawyer and Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths


Barrister and Solicitor

Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths

Tel: 1 403-454-9864





2908 A 2 AVENUE SE

Calgary, Alberta T2A 7V3​

Email: jk@jklawoffice.ca

Tel:  1 403-454-9864

Fax:  1 403-453-1317


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