Mark Dudar


Tel: (587) 805-1556
Direct: (780) 968-1213
Fax: (780) 963-9618

Assistant Information
Christy Robinson
T: (587) 404-4706 ext 241

Mark was born and raised in Alberta. As such, he enjoys travelling throughout the province to assist his clients (including to Birdsell Grant LLP’s offices in Edmonton, Stony Plain, and Whitecourt). Mark also remains willing and able to accommodate his clients in hospitals, retirement communities, and assisted living residences to ensure his clients’ legal needs are properly met no matter their location.

Mark’s legal practice primarily focuses on the following areas of law and related stakeholders:

  • Residential Real Estate Transactions (Purchasers, Sellers, Mortgagors, Mortgagees)
  • Commercial Real Estate Transactions (Purchasers, Sellers, Landlords, Tenants)
  • Real Estate and Land Development (Land Developers, Home Builders, Investors)
  • Condominium Law (Condominium Corporations, Owners, Directors, Property Managers)
  • Residential and Commercial Financing (Lenders, Borrowers, Guarantors)
  • Estate Planning (Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Personal Directives, Trusts)
  • Estate Administration (Grants of Probate, Grants of Administration, Trusts, Mediation)
  • Trusteeship and/or Guardianship Applications
  • Business Incorporations (Provincial, Federal) and Extra-Provincial Registrations
  • Corporate Governance (New Corporations, Existing Corporations, Directors, Shareholders)
  • Corporate Transactions (Reorganizations, Dissolutions, Mergers and Acquisitions)
  • Commercial Law (Share Purchase and Sales, Asset Purchase and Sales, Financing)
  • Contractual Services (Preparation, Review and Negotiation)
  • U.S.A. Notary Authentication and Certification Services
  • Notary Services (Personal Guarantees, Out of Province Land Transactions, Etc.)

Prior to working at Birdsell Grant LLP, Mark had the unique experience of working for energy companies operating on an international level as well as not-for-profit organizations operating on a local level. During law school, Mark was employed by the Dean of Law as their sole Research Assistant and co-authored a paper addressing indigenous identity in Canada.

Mark has held a spirited social conscience for all of his life and remains devoted to charity work and volunteering. Mark has volunteered with charities and foundations supporting animal rescue, food banks, homeless shelters, youth sports, wildfire efforts, police services, relief for Ukraine, and local communities. When Mark is not assisting his clients or volunteering, he enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, and fostering dogs. 

Bar Admission

Alberta, 2019


University of Calgary, Undergraduate Degree in Business and Law & Society, 2014

Thompson Rivers University, Juris Doctor, 2018


Law Society of Alberta

Canadian Bar Association

Canadian Condominium Institute

Heritage Agricultural Society

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