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Aaron D. Martens


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Aaron Martens is a family law practitioner, mediator, arbitrator and Registered Collaborative Family Lawyer. He joined DBB in 1998 and is a partner in the firm.

Aaron’s experience in family law matters includes being counsel on a wide variety of family and special chambers applications. He has represented clients in trials at Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench, and made appearances at the Court of Appeal of Alberta. Aaron also does adoption work.

Aaron has also conducted numerous mediations and arbitrations in family law matters.

He is the Past-Chair (2010) of the Canadian Bar Association’s Family Law Section for Southern Alberta and sat on the Executive of this Committee from 2003 until 2010.

Aaron has been a guest lecturer at the University of Calgary Law School and has lectured on Family Law Issues in Calgary high schools, published papers and chaired panels on Family Law issues for the Legal Education Society of Alberta. He has taught the Bar Admission Course (now CPLED) for the Legal Education Society of Alberta from 2002 to 2017.

Aaron sits on the Board of Directors for the Legal Education Society of Alberta and is currently the Past-Chair of the Executive Committee and the Past-Chair of the Strategic Initiatives Committee. He has been a Dispute Resolution Officer since 2009, assisting people with family law issues at the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta and the Provincial Court of Alberta – Family Division.

Aaron D. Martens


  • Family Law
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Collaborative Law
  • Adoptions

Aaron D. Martens


  • Member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts – Alberta Chapter
  • Association of Collaborative Family Lawyers
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Calgary Bar Association

Aaron D. Martens


  • “Crusading for the Holy Grail – Obtaining Timely Disclosure from Your Clients and the Opposing Party” – Financial Disclosure in Family Law Matters, Legal Education Society of Alberta (2016)
  • “Determining Income” – Child Support Fundamentals, Legal Education Society of Alberta (February, 2012)
  • “Income Determination for Support Purposes”, Legal Education Society of Alberta (October, 2010)
  • “Client Relations” – Family Law for Legal Support Staff, Legal Education Society of Alberta (January, 2003)

Contact Aaron

(403) 750-1127
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Danielle Villeneuve
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University of Alberta, LL.B, 1994 University of Calgary, B.SC. in Psychology (With Distinction), 1990

Called to the Bar

Alberta - 1995