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Travis K. Kusch

After being called to the bar in June, 2018, Travis began to focus his practice on all aspects of litigation gaining experience in all aspects of the litigation process. Travis has experiences ranging from mediation and Provincial Court to appearing at the Court of Appeal.

Travis works primarily in the field of insolvency in debt restructuring. In that practice, he works with both creditors and debtors. He has ample experience assisting creditors in enforcing their rights. In addition, Travis frequently works with debtors, and particularly farmers, in navigating financial pressures with a keen interest in matters involving The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act.

When Travis is not assisting clients with insolvency matters, he maintains a general litigation practice with a particular focus on insurance.

Travis began attending the University of Saskatchewan in 2012 and after two years, was accepted into law school. He obtained his JD in 2017.

Travis has been active in Saskatchewan Minor Baseball for many years as both a player and coach. He coached for five years in his hometown of Lloydminster, taking multiple teams to provincial competitions. He currently plays in the Saskatoon Men’s Baseball League during the spring and summer.

During the winter, Travis coaches with Special Olympics Saskatoon. He has been a volunteer coach with their Floor Hockey Program for the past five years.

In March 2018, Travis joined the Board of Directors for Station 20 West and looks forward to working with them moving forward.

In the Spring of 2021, Travis joined the KidSport corporate Challenge Fundraising Committee.

In June 2021, Travis was appointed to the Elmwood Residences Inc. Board of Directors.

CONTACT

Direct: (306) 933-1373
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: t.kusch@rslaw.com

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