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Sirrs LLP

PO Box 6060, 5220 51st Avenue
Wetaskiwin, Alberta T9A 2G3
Ph: (780) 352-3301 / Fax: (780) 352-5976

Miles A.M. Cymbaluk, Q.C. (Partner)

B.Comm. (U of A '86) B.A. (U of A '88) LL.B. (U of A '90)

Upon completing bachelors of commerce, arts and laws at the University of Alberta, Miles was called to the bar in 1991 after articles with Sirrs Watson Deckert Allen and became a partner in 1994. Along with responsibilities as managing partner, he continues the tradition of our firm’s namesake with a general practice which includes: real estate, criminal defence, divorce and matrimonial property law, wills and estates along with corporate and commercial transactions.

Miles is a member of the Criminal Trial Lawyers Association, has served on various local boards, as a charter member of the Rotary Club of Wetaskiwin served as director of international service and continues to volunteer his services for various groups.

Along with his passion for culinary arts, Miles is an avid runner and cyclist and has competed multiple times as a team member in the Sinister 7 Ultra Marathon + Relay and rode in the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer.

Richard Gregory (Partner)

B.A. (SJU '03) LL.B. (U of S '06)

Richard articled with the firm in 2006 and became a partner in 2009.  Richard practices primarily out of the firm’s Ponoka and Rimbey offices.  His practice areas include Real Estate & Mortgages, Wills & Estates, Corporate Law and Commercial transactions.  He is an alumni of the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Wilcox, Saskatchewan, where he graduated with honours.

Richard commenced his post-secondary studies at St. John’s University (“SJU”) in Minnesota where he graduated Magna Cum Laude obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Richard also played NCAA hockey at SJU where he was named an NCAA All-American and Academic All-American in his senior year. At SJU Richard was also team Rookie of the Year in his rookie season, a 4-time All-Conference selection, 2-time team MVP and set school goaltending records in a variety of categories including career wins and career minutes played.

Richard attended law school at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law where he graduated in 2006 prior to commencing his articles with the firm.  Richard now coaches hockey in his spare time and has coached at levels ranging from Bantam AAA to Junior.  Richard was named the AMBHL Coach of the Year in 2007, CJHL Coach of the Year in 2012, and enjoys coaching each spring in the Team Alberta program with Hockey Alberta.  Richard also enjoys golf, skiing, and spending time with his wife Lacey and basset hound Abigail.