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The Firm

We are a North Vancouver based boutique law firm providing comprehensive family legal services across British Columbia. Our mission is to provide practical legal assistance that is customized to best meet our clients' needs. Clients can decide for themselves how much assistance they would like and the process can be broken down into manageable steps, with fixed rates available for most services. This transparent and flexible approach to dispute resolution known as "unbundled services" or "limited scope retainers" enables clients to retain more control of their legal matters and their legal fees. Contact Waterview Law and find out how we can help.

The Team

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Born and raised in Vancouver, Sara earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia. While attending law school at the University of Melbourne, she volunteered at a community legal centre where she found satisfaction helping people navigate diverse legal issues. Sara obtained litigation experience while completing her articles with Hughes and Company in Vancouver.

As a former associate lawyer at a litigation firm in North Vancouver, Sara focused primarily on family law matters, including separation and divorce matters. She has appeared in the BC Provincial Court, the BC Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal on a variety of issues. Sara founded Waterview Law to help improve access to justice and better meet the diverse needs of her family law clients. 

Sara Domijan J.D, B.A
Founder, Lawyer

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With over 20 years' experience working in family law, Tracey provides exceptional paralegal services and is an asset to Waterview Law. Besides being reliable and highly efficient, she has a wealth of knowledge and expertise regarding many aspects of substantive and procedural law.

Tracey and Sara have been teaming up to provide client-focused legal services for several years and look forward to continuing to provide professional yet personal service. 

Tracey Fallis


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