Raised on the family farm near Spirit River, Gordon Andreiuk is a senior family lawyer with a client base that stretches from Edmonton to Manning. His legal work has kept Gordon tuned in to the needs of northern Albertans. He’s as at ease on the farm or at the local A&W as he is in the courtroom or boardroom. His personal values of hard work, honesty and commitment have established him as a trusted ally for his clients and their families. A friendly, smart and analytical straight-shooter, Gordon Andreiuk tackles issues big and small with thoroughness and concern for a fair settlement, and treats everyone involved with respect.
Gordon is a leader in Alberta in pioneering Collaborative Divorce, an alternative approach to helping couples achieve fair and mutually satisfactory resolutions to their marital disputes without going to court. He has served as President of the Collaborative Divorce Alberta Association, and the Edmonton Association of Collaborative Family Professionals. A trained mediator, Gordon also serves on the board of the Alberta Family Mediation Association. An instructor in the court-mandated Parenting after Separation (PAS) course, he is a member of its provincial steering committee, and a Child Support Resolution Officer.
Born December 17, 1963, Gordon is a graduate of the University of Alberta (1987), where he earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Russian Language, and Minor in Economics. He completed one year of graduate studies in the Master of Arts (Russian Linguistics) program before he went to work at the Communications Security Establishment of Canada (CSEC) in Ottawa as a transcriber and analyst. In 1992 he began his studies in Law at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, earning his LL.B. in 1995. With funding from the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada Professional Partnerships Program, he did summer studies in Russian and Ukrainian corporate and securities regulations in Ukraine in 1994. In 1997 he returned to Alberta and was called to the Alberta Bar in the same year.