When clients approach Polly for legal expertise, they are usually in the midst of the most stressful and emotional times of their lives. Polly finds solutions for them with her empathetic approach.

Polly’s clients include:

  • Families planning for the future by entering into agreements or settling trusts
  • Families seeking to resolve conflicts and disputes
  • Those seeking to resolve estate litigation matters, or those concerned about the disposition of a loved one’s property

She enjoys the legal issues that arise in both areas of her practice while helping to protect the interests of the clients she serves.

Estates and Trusts Services

Disputes and litigation Wills variation claims
Challenges relating to capacity and undue influence Disputes relating to the existence and administration of trusts

Family Law Services

Civil litigation matters Family law litigation involving support and division of property
Cohabitation, separation, and marriage agreements

As a former clerk at the BC Court of Appeal, Polly assisted the judges towards resolving appeals and applications. This experience provided her with the opportunity to learn about the decision-making process. As a result, she is acutely aware of what is required by the judiciary in order to achieve a particular outcome for a client.

The practice of law is about people and the relationships involved. Polly enjoys working to resolve personal conflicts and finds inspiration by being an effective advocate for our clients.

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Industry Involvement
  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Canadian Bar Association
Education & Call to Bar
  • Call to Bar: British Columbia, 2017
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of British Columbia, 2016
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of British Columbia, 2013
  • Ending the 'Marriage-Like' Relationship?, Canadian Family Law Matters newsletter, LexisNexis Canada, June 2019
  • Does ‘Death Do Us Part’? Separating the Living from the Dead in Family Law and Estate Litigation, Money & Family Law, April 2019
  • Bouchard v. Bouchard – The Intersection of Estate Law and Family Law, Canadian Family Law Matters newsletter, LexisNexis Canada, December 2018