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Visit Navigator Law at the Calgary Fall Home Show

An exhibition
An exhibition

NAVIGATOR LAW LLP is excited to be an exhibitor at the Calgary Fall Home Show, from Sept. 30th to Oct. 3rd at the BMO Centre. This is our first year exhibiting at this event and we’re looking forward to meeting local families and sharing how we can help you navigate all of life’s hurdles with our full suite of legal services. 

At Navigator Law, we have lawyers who specialize in real estate law, wills and estate planning, and more who are ready to support you with any of your legal needs.  

We’re also providing Calgary Fall Home Show attendees with an exclusive coupon and the chance to enter an exciting contest. Keep reading to learn more! 

What is the Calgary Fall Home Show? 

The Calgary Fall Home Show is an annual event that connects Calgarians with local and international home-related businesses and industry experts. This year’s event will feature informative presentations and 300+ booths where homeowners can shop for products and services and get inspired for upcoming home projects. 

Whether you’re looking to remodel your kitchen or you’re interested in starting the estate planning process, this event is a great place to start. 

Visit the Navigator Law Booth to Enter Our Contest 

Visit Navigator Law at booth #436 for a chance to win a gift basket or an estate planning package for you and your partner. At Navigator Law, our skilled estate lawyers can help you make a plan for your estate to ensure your assets are protected and your wishes are met. 

We’re also giving away coupons for $100 off select legal services. Stop by our booth to get your coupon and learn more about our legal services.

We Hope to See You There!

If you don’t yet have a ticket for the Calgary Fall Home Show, you can purchase your ticket here. We look forward to meeting you! 

[Covid Protocol: As of Sept. 15, by order of the Provincial Health Officer, proof of vaccination is required (one dose by Sept. 20) or a negative test result that was obtained within 72 hours to access indoor organized events. Current regulations require all people 2 & older to wear masks in indoor public settings.]