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1652 Pandosy St., Kelowna, BC
Family and Criminal Law office located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Family & Criminal Law Lawyer
Family Law Mediator

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Phone: 236.361.4412
email: mark@markchiu.com

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Family and Criminal Law Office

Mark J. Chiu Law Corporation

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Mark J. Chiu
Credentials

Mark holds degrees in Psychology (University of Calgary) and Law (University of Saskatchewan).

Mark is certified as a Family Law Mediator with the Law Society of British Columbia.

Mark has been practising law in British Columbia since 2014.

Values

Mark believes in his duty to protect his client's legal interests, to dispense holistic and practical legal advice, and above all else to follow his client's instructions subject to his ethical duties as an officer of the court.

Approach

During his undergraduate studies, Mark learned that according to the "Holmes and Rahe stress scale", the most stressful life events are: death of a spouse; divorce; marital separation, and imprisonment. During this time, Mark also attended Court which he immediately understood was a place where important decisions were made. It quickly became evident to Mark that he would practice family and criminal law. Informed by these lessons, Mark aims to assist and guide his clients through a difficult and stressful time in their lives.

Contact

Physical Address: 1652 Pandosy St., Kelowna, BC

Mailing Address: 210 - 347 Leon Ave., Kelowna, BC V1Y 8C7

TEL: 236-361-4412      
FAX: 236.361.4418
mark@markchiu.com

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