Sean Moldowan


Sean is a seasoned divorce lawyer in Calgary whose preferred areas of practice focus on support and property issues. Drawn to the intricacies of family law and the challenge of finding the most time and cost-effective solution for his clients, Sean strives to settle most disputes without needing to go to court. Sean is a Mediator and Registered Collaborative Lawyer, which round-off his approach to problem-solving both inside and outside the courtroom. Sean works closely with his clients to help obtain their goals and results that have a lasting impact on their lives.

Sean is a member of the Law Society of Alberta (admitted in 2009), the Law Society of British Columbia (admitted in 1998), the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association, the Canadian Bar Association (Family Law subsection) and the Calgary Bar Association.  He volunteers as an advising lawyer for Student Legal Assistance at the University of Calgary, and as an instructor for the Alberta Bar Admission Course (CPLED).



Queen’s University, Juris Doctor, Law, 1993-1996

University of Victoria, First-Class Honours, Philosophy Co-op, 1988-1993