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About Porter Ramsay LLP

Since 1963, the law firm of Porter Ramsay LLP has provided legal services to clients in Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley. Over 50 years later, we are proud to have built a reputable practice in which our lawyers are well-known as trusted legal advisors.

We have built enduring relationships with many of our clients with the intention of becoming their go-to firm as new legal needs arise.

A Midsize Firm Offering Full-Service Attention

We are a midsize firm with a full team of lawyers who focus on specific areas of law. This diverse experience allows us to offer clients sound legal representation for a wide range of legal matters.

We also emphasize cultivating client rapport by offering personalized attention. We get to know our clients and aim to meet their needs and objectives at every stage of proceedings. This is how we build lasting relationships with our clientele.

Efficient And Accessible Services

Part of our success lies in our dedication to providing efficient and accessible services. We work hard to offer exceptional value by providing time-sensitive and strategic advice. We strive to keep legal expenses low by using our considerable experience to spot legal complications and expeditiously resolve them.

Our firm also emphasizes client service. We can be reached by phone and email and we aim to return client inquiries within a reasonable time. We are conveniently located in downtown Kelowna, which is accessible on major transit routes.

Arrange A Consultation With Our Lawyers

We look forward to meeting with you. You can reach us by calling 250-763-7646 or fill out our online form. You can also visit us at our downtown Kelowna office.

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