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David Frechette

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Location:

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Phone:

Fax:

250-762-9960

Email:

David’s preferred areas of practice are Personal Injury, Family Law and Commercial Litigation, Estate Litigation, Foreclosures and Construction Litigation.

Education

Attended the University of Victoria, the University of
Saskatchewan and McGill University
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Bachelor of Law degrees
Career History
1999 to present Partner at Porter Ramsay Lawyers
1997 to 1999 Associate lawyer at Porter Ramsay Lawyers
1991 to 1996 Associate lawyer at Moffat Ward, Vernon, BC
Memberships & Associations
Canadian Bar Association
Kelowna Bar Association
Past member of the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce
Past member of the Kelowna Jaycees
Past member of the Ogopogo Rotary Club
Past member of the Downtown Rotary Club
Volunteer & Community Work
Volunteer for Gentlemen’s Dinner (fundraiser for Big Brothers)
Volunteer for the 24 Hour Relay (fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club)
Volunteer for Kelowna Law Clinic
Volunteer for Pleasantvale Society
Personal Interests
History, current affairs and spending time with family and friends
Personal Characteristics
David works hard to help clients find solutions to legal problems. He listens carefully to client’s concerns, thoroughly analyses legal issues and diligently protects the individual’s rights and interests. David offers free initial consultations for personal injury, family law and commercial litigation matters.

Practice Areas

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