Paul Henry was born and raised in England. He attended school and university in England, where he obtained his law degree, and became a lawyer in England before emigrating to Canada. In British Columbia, Paul qualified as a barrister and solicitor. Paul has had his own law practice in Kelowna for 23 years; specializing in family law, and adoption law, in which he is a specialist.
Paul also has the Certificate of Conflict Resolution from the Justice Institute of B.C. As well as being a lawyer, Paul is a family law mediator and a parenting coordinator, accredited by the Law Society of British Columbia to act as a mediator and parenting coordinator. Paul is also qualified as an arbitrator. Mr. Henry is on the roster and board of the BC Parenting Coordinators Roster Society and on the roster of the Hear the Child Society. Paul is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and the Okanagan Collaborative Family Law Group, of which he is a past chair. Paul interviews children at the request of parents, lawyers and the Court.
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Paul has a commitment to providing excellent service to his clients: total focus and commitment on getting the job done in the best way possible. Paul works to understand his clients’ needs, concerns and goals. It is Paul’s commitment to provide his clients with the highest quality of legal help.
In his spare time, Paul enjoys spending time with his two daughters, aged 26 and 28. An avid outdoorsman, Paul enjoys hiking, biking, running, cross-country skiing and just spending time in the outdoors with his trusted dog, Lenny.
Paul Henry Can Assist With:
Paul Henry assists in adoptions, both domestic and international. He also does cohabitation agreements, and pre-nuptial or marriage agreements. He can also help with divorce and family mediation and med-arb.
Paul can assist with the ending of a common law or marriage-like relationship. He can also help with the ending of a same sex relationship. Normally this is done in the form of separation agreements.
He takes care ofsupport; property and other claims in Family Court and the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Paul can act as a parenting coordinator. He also interviews children and completing reports on the views of children. Finally, he negotiates and drafts family law agreements in plain english.
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