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April Wilkinson

Location:

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Phone:

Fax:

250-762-9960

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April’s preferred areas of practice are Wills, Estates, Estate Litigation, Real Estate, Mortgages, Corporate, Commercial Law, and General Civil Litigation.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, University of Leicester, 2014
Bachelor of Arts (major in Psychology and minor Applied Ethics), University of Victoria, 2011
Career History
2016 to Present Associate with Porter Ramsay LLP
2015 to 2016 Articled Student with Porter Ramsay LLP
2014 to 2015 Law Student with Porter Ramsay LLP
Summer 2013 Summer Student with Porter Ramsay LLP
Prior to 2013 Corporate Legal Assistant
Associations
– Canadian Bar Association
– Kelowna Bar Association
– Christian Legal Fellowship
Volunteer & Community Work
– Access Pro-Bono Clinic Volunteer
– Volunteer with Kelowna Community Resources’ Volunteer Fair
Personal Interests
April was born and raised in Kelowna and continues to enjoy everything that the Okanagan Valley has to offer. When she is not working, April can often be found on one of the many hiking trails in the area, playing tennis, golf or baseball, dining out at local restaurants or spending time with family and friends. After attending law school in the United Kingdom, which offered her many opportunities to travel, April continues to have a passion for traveling to new places and experiencing new cultures.

Practice Areas

New laws may favor homebuyers

If buying a home is on your list of resolutions for the new year, you probably already know what a difficult road you have ahead. Housing prices in British Columbia continue to climb, and the low number of homes on the market seems to put all the bargaining power on...

Using your estate plan for your own protection

Having a will is a great first step in creating an estate plan. If you have drafted a will, you likely had your loved ones in mind. Your motivation may have included ensuring your family would fairly distribute your assets without the confusion of an intestate...