W. Timothy Stodalka
Tim was born and raised in southwestern Saskatchewan. He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1978 with his Bachelor of Law Degree and was admitted to the Bar of Saskatchewan in 1979. The main focus of Tim’s practice is family law including divorce and separation, custody and access, spousal and child support, and matrimonial property resolution. Tim also deals with general civil litigation, personal injury, oil and gas, and criminal law.
Tim is a member of the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, and the Canadian Bar Association.
Mary Lou Senko
Mary Lou Senko obtained her undergrad degree with a major in English in 1982 and her law degree in 1985 in Saskatoon. The focus of her practice has been civil litigation, in particular family law, crown debt collection and wills and estates. She was the Saskatchewan family law representative for national meetings of the Canadian Bar Association for the 2005-2006 year.
Mary Lou has appeared before the courts at all levels in Saskatchewan. She is also trained in collaborative law. She is involved in various volunteer organizations.
Mary Lou has been a lifelong Saskatchewan resident and enjoys country music and curling in her spare time.
Sachia Longo obtained his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta in 2007 and his Juris Doctor from the University of Saskatchewan in 2013.
Following law school, Sachia articled with MacLean Keith and was called to the Saskatchewan bar in 2015.
Sachia has experience in criminal and civil litigation including family law and employment law.
He enjoys playing hockey and soccer and is currently in year three of a five-year plan to learn Russian.