Children's advocate Bob Pringle says a similar service has been provided in Regina since 2007.
But he adds all children in the province should have a voice in child protection matters.
Up to 70 specially trained lawyers will be available to represent a child.
Pringle says currently up to half a dozen lawyers sometimes present options for custody.
He says the Counsel for Children program will allow a child's wishes to play a strong role in decisions.
"This will make sure that the child will always be at the centre of the planning and the child's long-term interests will not be glossed over," Pringle said.
Saskatchewan is believed to be the last province in Canada to provide independent counsel for children in child protection cases.