KYLEE RONNING 

B. A. (Hons), J.D., Barrister, Solicitor & Notary Public

A graduate of the Queen's University Faculty of Law, Kylee was called to the Law Society of Ontario in 2011, and has been practicing law in Kenora ever since. Kylee has a well-rounded practice experience in family, wills/estates, real estate and corporate law. Kylee is trusted by her clients to protect their legal interests in all of these practice areas.

 

Born and raised in Kenora, Kylee enjoys all the wonderful outdoor activities Kenora has to offer, including kayaking, mountain biking and blueberry picking. While not in court or in the office, you will likely find Kylee spending time with her young family, or, on a windy day, kiteboarding or kite-skiing on Lake of the Woods.

 

 

A graduate of the Queen's University Faculty of Law, Kylee was called to the Law Society of Ontario in 2011, and has been practicing law in Kenora ever since. Kylee has a well-rounded practice experience in family, wills/estates, real estate and corporate law. Kylee is trusted by her clients to protect their legal interests in all of these practice areas.

 

 

NADINE SEYMOUR

Nadine is an integral part of Ronning Law, providing adminstrative support and clerical assistance in corporate, family, will/estates and real estate. Nadine moved to Kenora from Germany in 2014 to be with her husband and now calls Kenora home.

While not in the office, you can find Nadine instructing Zumba classes, foraging for wild mushrooms or checking local traplines with her husband.

 

 

 

AMBER KRECSY

Amber is a legal assistant at Ronning Law. She has been in an office setting for most of her working career, and has become a key member of the Ronning Law team.

Amber was born and raised in Kenora, spending all her free time at “the lake,” swimming, playing board games and enjoying time with family in the sun.  She moved to Winnipeg for school, where she met her future husband and they started their family together.

Amber decided to move back to Kenora, so her girls can grow up near their grandparents.  She is happy to once again call Kenora home.