Thomas (Tom) Hamilton
Tom has been living and practicing law in Medicine Hat for over 5 years. Before moving to Medicine Hat, Tom was living in Saskatoon attending the University of Saskatchewan. In 2010 he obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree (With Distinction). In 2013 he graduated from the University of Saskatchewan School of Law.
Tom has a general legal practice with an emphasis on personal injury law. He has lots of trial experience and regularly appears in both the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of Queen’s Bench. Tom also has experience in appearing before Administrative Tribunals.
When Tom is not working he can likely be found spending time with his wife and two daughters. Tom enjoys being outdoors camping, biking, hiking and swimming.
Tom volunteers his time in the community for his church.
Darren grew up on an acreage outside of Three Hills Alberta, where he loved his small-town lifestyle. After graduating from the University of Saskatchewan College of Law in 2011, Darren chose to live in Medicine Hat after developing friendships with Medicine Hatters over the years. He was always impressed with anyone he met from this community.
Darren chose to stay in Medicine Hat after experiencing the small-town sense of community combined with the amenities and opportunities a larger center can offer. His wife and four children loved Medicine Hat immediately, and cannot imagine living anywhere else.
When not in his office or the courtroom, Darren can usually be found spending time with his family. The Cahoons can usually be found supporting each other at their numerous sporting and music events, camping, riding dirt bikes or playing at the lake.
Darren has primarily practiced family law, but is experienced in all manner of civil disputes, real estate transactions, corporate law, drafting wills and administering estates. His family practice includes Divorce, separation, custody, support, property, child representation and mediation. He has argued at all levels of court in Alberta, including Provincial Court, the Court of Queen's Bench and the Court of Appeal.
Darren volunteers his time in the community through his church involvement and by coaching basketball.