WELCOME TO JAIMIE KIDSTON LAW OFFICE
Local Service with a Broad Reach
Jaimie Kidston Law Office serves clients throughout British Columbia, as well as those outside the province with matters connected to B.C.
We are available by phone, email, and video-conference for those times when geography gets in the way.
WHO WE ARE
Jaimie has represented clients in BC Supreme Court, BC Small Claims Court, the BC Human Rights Tribunal, the Employment Standards Tribunal, and in mediation. Jaimie is a governor of the Trial Lawyers Association of B.C., past Chair of the Okanagan Civil Litigation section of the Canadian Bar Association, and has given lectures on estate law at Okanagan College.
Outside the office, Jaimie is an avid competitor in the Olympic equestrian sport of Eventing. She sits on the Safety and Young Riders Selection Committees of Horse Trials B.C.
- Construction and Employment Disputes
- Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Arbitration
- Estate Litigation
- Equine Law
- First Nations Law
- Personal Injury, Accident
- Wills, Estate Planning and Probate
Lindsey’s practice areas cover civil litigation, wills, estates, corporate and family matters. She has represented clients in BC Small Claims Court, Federal Court, and BC Supreme Court matters. Lindsey was a contributor on an Estate Law paper for the Trial Lawyers Association of BC in 2021. Although she enjoys representing her clients in court, Lindsey understands the importance of alternative dispute resolution and, when appropriate, pursues these avenues with her clients.
Lindsey is a past board member of the Naramata Bench Wineries Association and holds her WSET Level 3 Certification, attained in Florence, Italy. Outside of the office, Lindsey enjoys a good cheese board and spending time outdoors with her spouse and daughter.
Jaicee assists clients in a wide range of matters including estate litigation, estate planning, family law, strata law, construction, small claims, and property disputes. Jaicee is a strong advocate for her clients, and has represented them in Small Claims, Provincial Court and Supreme Court proceedings, as well as in dispute resolution including mediation and arbitration. Jaicee was a contributor to CLE BC’s Annual Review Law & Practice, Copyright law chapter, CLE BC’s Family Law Practice Manual, a Trial Lawyers Association of BC paper titled “Turning up the Heat at the Intersection of Estate and Commercial Litigation” authored by Amy Mortimore KC, and a Lexis Nexis article addressing retroactive child support variations.
Prior to attending law school, Jaicee was a competitive level dance instructor in Lake Country, BC for close to a decade, and she continues to be involved in the Okanagan dance community. She thoroughly enjoys the Okanagan lifestyle, including touring the region’s wineries, and taking advantage of staying active outdoors.
- Estate Litigation
- Estate Planning & Probate
- Small Claims
- Contract Disputes
- Property Disputes
- Director for the Penticton Secondary Schools Bursary & Scholarship Foundation
- Member of the South Okanagan Women in Need Society
- Member of the Canadian Bar Association Young Lawyers Executive
Doug belongs to the Law Society of British Columbia, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Kamloops Bar Association. He instructs at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology in areas of Business Law and Economics, is a director for the Oncore Seniors Society, and a four time Roy Hobbs World Series baseball champion. Doug has four grown children and he is also a proud grandfather. His website is stewartspringford.ca.
- Banking and Secured Lending
- Corporate, Commercial
- Dispute Resolution
- Estate Planning, Wills and Estates
- First Nations Law
- Real Estate and Property Development
- Taxation and Wealth Preservation
Amelia has represented clients at the BC Supreme Court, Small Claims, various tribunals and the British Columbia Court of Appeal. Amelia prides herself on resolving matters out of court where possible, and providing holistic legal services to her clients. Amelia clerked at the British Columbia Supreme Court where she worked directly with judges and is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
In her spare time Amelia enjoys skiing and sailing and volunteers with Access Pro Bono, providing legal services to underserved members of the community. She sits on the board of the South Okanagan Women in Need Society and the Sustainability Committee for the City of Penticton.
- Dispute resolution
- Family law
- Elder law
- Cyber harassment
- Personal injury, accident
- Municipal law
- Regulatory law