Working to make your transactions seamless.
Meet Tara Talbot
Tara Talbot is a Real Estate Lawyer in Regina, Saskatchewan - Here to work with you to secure your investments.
From small town Saskatchewan, Tara Talbot went on to graduate from the University of Regina before completing her Juris Doctor at the University of Saskatchewan in 2001 and Articles in British Columbia in 2002.
Tara Talbot has practiced in Saskatchewan since 2004 and has maintained a clear focus on Real Estate Law. Much of her success in this area is due to the relationships she has built with others in the industry. She dedicates attention to each transaction and is approachable when issues arise. This type of involvement allows her to anticipate and often prevent problems before they start.
Real Estate law is Tara's preferred area of practice. She prides herself on charging fair rates for exceptional work.
While she enjoys all areas of Real Estate Law, she is particularly interested in:
familiarizing clients with the complexities of their condominium transactions
Nearly a decade ago, Tara expanded her practice to include work in Wills and Estates so that she is best equipped to meet the changing needs of her clients.
Tara Talbot balances her law practice with a fulfilling family life - she is married with three children - and community involvement. She is a member of the board for the Regina Mortgage and Loans Association as well as the past board chair for SOFIA House, a local second stage housing facility with programming and services for victims of domestic violence.
Making the decision of buying, selling or changing your mortgage, or planning and administrating an estate can impact your future. Deal with someone who cares as much as you do, contact Tara today.
A legacy of strength.
One of the first Law firms founded by a woman in Saskatchewan.
Regina Law Firm
Robb dowling talbot
Contributing to the Way Law is Practiced in Saskatchewan Since Inception in 1933.
The law firm was originally founded in 1933 in Regina, Saskatchewan, by Ruth S. McGill, Q.C. Ruth was one of the first female lawyers in private practice in Saskatchewan and, for many years, the only female lawyer engaged in private practice in the City. In 1965 she was joined by James E. Robb, and practiced under the firm name of McGill & Robb, Barristers and Solicitors until her passing in 1974. Mr. Robb practiced under the firm name of James E. Robb, Barrister and Solicitor, until he was joined by Glen W. Dowling, Q.C. in 1986. The firm practiced under the name Robb & Dowling, Barristers and Solicitors, and continued to practice under that name after Mr. Robb retired in 1994. Tara Talbot joined the practice in 2017. The law firm has been in continuous practice in Regina, Saskatchewan since 1933.
2040 McIntyre Street
Regina, SK S4P 2R6