Krystle practices in the areas of family and estates law. She is passionate about justice and finding efficient and creative solutions to various legal problems. She understands that the process of going through a divorce or separation can be emotionally exhausting, and is empathetic to clients while being results-oriented in creating a unique strategic plan for each case. Krystle has strong negotiation skills and experience, as well as trial experience at both the Provincial and Supreme Court levels in British Columbia.
Krystle graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2009 where she was a Director of the Law Students’ Society and President of the International Law Students’ Society. She has been a member of the Executive Committee for the Canadian Bar Association – BC Branch for 3 years, the Chair of the Women Lawyers’ Forum – Vancouver Island, and has a strong connection to the legal community through her local involvement with the Victoria Bar Association.
Krystle believes that the practice of law enables her to make a positive difference in the community as well as her clients’ lives, and she is dedicated to taking the time to find out what is important to clients, and providing quality legal services in a timely manner.