Kirsten M Hnatuk
Kirsten has an established family law practice, representing clients on a variety of issues including custody and access, child and spousal support, property division, adoption, and pre-nuptial/cohabitation agreements. Kirsten has successfully appeared before the Court of Queen’s Bench on matters under The International Child Abduction Act, 1996, otherwise known as Hague Convention applications. Kirsten takes a practical approach to resolving family law matters in a cost-effective and efficient manner to ensure optimal satisfaction for her clients.
Kirsten also practices in the area of residential real-estate and is dedicated to ensuring that her client’s purchases, sales, re-finances, and title transfers go smoothly.
A partner with Robertson Stromberg, Kirsten was called to the Bar in 2010. She studied sociology at the University of Saskatchewan completing her Bachelor of Arts with distinction before pursuing her legal education. Kirsten graduated from the U of S College of Law in 2009.
In 2015 Kirsten was appointed as a member of the Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission Civil Appeals Committee.
Kirsten is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, and Saskatoon Bar Association. Kirsten mentors law students through the CBA mentorship program.
Kirsten is also a member of the Family Services Saskatoon Foundation Committee, where she volunteers to raise funds for Family Service Saskatoon. This organization provides programing to strengthen families going through transition, addresses family violence and abuse and provides parenting support.
Kirsten has volunteered with the Ministry of Justice and Public Legal Education Association (PLEA) speaking at family law information sessions for the public.
Direct: (306) 933-1351
Main: (306) 652-7575
Email: Kirsten M Hnatuk