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“I drafted up the purchase contract for Dan and Lauren on their House Trade Built property. It’s important to use a lawyer for large purchases like this because lawyers make sure you are properly protected. I enjoy Tradebank because it brings me new business from local members, and I’m able to do more sales and purchases within my community. If you would like assistance with your purchase or sale, please contact me. The A.R.E. stands for Approachable, Reliable, and Efficient, and you will see all three when we meet.” – Ruth 

To get in touch with Ruth or find out more information about her services, you may call her office at (306) 352-1522 or visit her website


Ruth Pradzynski B.A., M.A., LLB, has been a lawyer since 1978. She worked as a lawyer for the Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission for 15 years and as a Mediator with Saskatchewan Justice for five years.

She received her Masters Degree in Marriage and Family counseling in 2002. With that training in hand, she worked as a counsellor with The Caring Place from 2002 to 2004.

Ruth started A.R.E. law in September, 2005. A.R.E. stands for two things – Approachable, Reliable, Efficient and All Real Estate. A.R.E. Law is a law firm focusing on the areas of real estate and estate planning. She is licensed to practice throughout Saskatchewan.

One of the things that makes A.R.E. Law unique, is that almost all of its billings are by done by quote, rather than by billable hours, so that clients have a clear idea in advance about the final costs. Call A.R..E. Law today for a free quote for the legal costs for your next real estate transaction.

We also asked Ruth some fun questions… 

What is your favourite restaurant?

Houston Pizza. I’ve never had a bad meal there. It is reasonably priced and the staff is always friendly so it’s good value for money.

Where is your favourite place to hang out in Regina?

The public library. I’m a voracious reader.

If you could be any animal, what would it be and why?

A seal because seals love to play. When you watch them splash and slide in the water, it seems like they have such a fun life.

What would your dream home look like?

Big! I came from a large family – eight children plus foster children and we lived in a 1000 square foot home. We had a lot of bunk beds! So I’ve always loved the idea of a home with lots of space.

Why is it important to you to support local business?

I feel one of the most important things any of us can do is to give back to the community.