Rockies Law expands to Creston with purchase of Graham Temple’s law firm

The new Creston office operates under the Rockies Notary and Legal umbrella.

— Photo courtesy Mark Anderson, KPI Media

One of the Kootenay’s leading law firms, Rockies Law, based in Cranbrook has expanded again—this time to Creston with the recent purchase of the law practice of injury-law specialist Graham Temple.

Rockies Law, which is headed up by principal lawyer Marko Maryniak, started with the purchase of the Fernie law office of Sliva and Summers in 2004 (one of the oldest law offices in the Kootenays dating back to the late 1800’s). They opened an office in Kimberley in 2007 which is run by lawyer Steve Brine, then merged in 2009 with Steidl Kambeitz Law Corporation in Cranbrook,  and went on to purchase the legal firm of Kluge & Boyd in Invermere in 2014. 

Also in 2014, they purchased the practice of a Cranbrook notary and opened Rockies Notary and Legal, which is administered by Russell Sheppard. The new Creston office operates under the Rockies Notary and Legal umbrella.

Rockies Law offers a wide variety of services to individuals, small business, national and multi-national corporations and government. Their areas of practice include real estate conveyance, banking, corporate and commercial law, insolvency, family law, estate planning, civil litigation and agency representation and personal injury law.

With offices in Cranbrook, Fernie, Kimberley, Invermere, and now Creston, Rockies Law offers some of the most extensive legal resources and presence in the Kootenay region.

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