Tracey Brice-Nicolson was born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She obtained both her undergraduate (Honours) and law degree from the University of Saskatchewan and moved to British Columbia in 2000. After articling with a law firm in the Lower Mainland, Tracey moved to Kelowna in 2001 to work with one of Kelowna’s larger law firms. In 2008, Tracey joined the Courtyard Law Offices. Tracey’s primary area of practice is family law. In addition to seeing private clients, Tracey currently does contract work for the Ministry of the Attorney General, and has done similar work in the past for other government agencies.
“primary area of practice is family law”
Tracey has extensive experience in representing clients in both the Provincial Court of British Columbia, and the Supreme Court of British Columbia. An abundance of “in-court” experience, plus being a trained family law mediator and collaborative lawyer, allows Tracey to offer her clients the full spectrum of dispute resolution options – from collaborative law, to a separation agreement, to a contested hearing or trial. Tracey understands the needs of her clients to reach their desired end goals while keeping an eye on their finances.
“family law mediator and collaborative lawyer”
While Tracey’s top priority is her family, but she is also an avid sportswoman who enjoys basketball, golf and swimming. Tracey has been a member of the board of directors of the Kelowna Women’s Shelter since 2004, and has previously held executive positions with the British Columbia and Kelowna branches of the Canadian Bar Association.
“board of directors of the Kelowna Women’s Shelter”
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