Kimberley is a Mediator and Registered Collaborative Lawyer, specializing in family law. Kimberley can also assist clients with their Wills and Estate matters and Real Estate transactions. Kimberley works hard to ensure the client’s voice is heard, while finding the best possible legal solutions to meet their goals.
Kimberley is a trained mediator. Kimberley creates a safe place for individuals in dispute to have an open and honest discussion, guiding them to organically design their own solutions. To learn more about mediation, check out Our Services page.
If matters cannot be settled outside of Court, Kimberley has extensive experience in family law litigation in multiple levels of court and court locations in Alberta.
Kimberley completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Alberta in 2009, including achieving additional certification in Peace and Post-Conflict studies. Kimberley obtained her Juris Doctor law degree in 2014 from the University of Calgary, and was called to the Alberta bar in July, 2015.
Kimberley is also an active member of the Canadian Bar Association. She is part of the Family Law Executives both Nationally and at the local Northern Alberta level, taking part in case law and legislative review, public education events and important discourse about efficiency and access to justice issues in the family court system. In 2018, she was part of a Round-Table discussion with the Minister of Justice of Alberta in regard to introducing new legislation regarding common-law spouses and property rights in the Province. Kimberley also represents young Alberta lawyers both locally and Nationally as a member of the Canadian Young Lawyers Executive, and acts as a volunteer mentor to law students through the CBA Mentor Program.
Kimberley is a Collaborative lawyer with the Collaborative Divorce Alberta Association, the Association of Collaborative Family Professionals in Edmonton and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Kimberley is a long time volunteer and supporter of the Edmonton Community Legal Centre, providing free legal advice to low income Albertans.