Madlin Lucyk is a partner at Nychuk & Company, where she articled and practiced as an associate after obtaining a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 2016. Madlin was called to the Bar in 2017 and has been a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan and the Canadian Bar Association since that time. Madlin was consulted by and has worked with the Law Society to review and revise the CPLED program, an admission prerequisite for future lawyers in our Province.
Madlin is a civil litigator with extensive experience in all aspects of family law, including divorce, separation, custody, access, child support, spousal support, imputing income, property division, and family law contracts. She also specializes in defamation law and was consulted by the Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan to provide recommendations to the Commissioners’ working group for reform of The Libel and Slander Act.
Madlin is passionate about helping her clients navigate the complex and often emotional issues that arise from family breakdown. She is committed to finding creative and cost-effective solutions that meet the needs and goals of each client. Madlin is a zealous and strategic advocate outside of the Courtroom in negotiation, mediation, and collaborative law processes. When fairness or finality cannot be reached outside of a court process, Madlin is a fierce and dynamic litigator. She has won trials in Saskatchewan Provincial Court and the Court of King’s Bench of Saskatchewan and has experienced success at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, as well.
Madlin also advises clients on corporate matters and serves clients needs for real estate and estate planning. Upon request, Madlin has represented professionals in administrative disputes with their governing bodies.
Madlin serves clients in both Spanish and English and looks forward to brushing up her Portuguese and Cree. Madlin grew up in Regina and moved away for High School to attend a Private Pre-Ivy League Preparatory Program in Rhode Island, where she graduated Valediction in 2008. Madlin studied Biochemistry at the University of Regina and scored in the first decile of applicants who interviewed for the Saskatchewan College of Medicine in 2013 before beginning Law School.
When she is not working on her client’s matters, she enjoys spending time with her family in Regina, alone in the sauna, or writing and performing music.