FH&P Lawyers LLP is growing again and are pleased to announce the addition of longtime Kelowna lawyer Marvin Geekie effective immediately.
Marvin has lived in the Okanagan since 1992 when he was called to the Bar in British Columbia. His practice includes immigration law, dispute resolution and commercial litigation along with personal injury litigation. He also has extensive trial experience in both the Provincial and Supreme Courts of British Columbia and has appeared in the Court of Appeal and the Federal Court.
“Our partnership is thrilled to have Marvin join our team,” says Managing Partner Dylan Switzer. “Marvin is a well-respected lawyer in the community and gives our firm another branch to help people with his immigration practice. He fits perfectly with our philosophy of ‘people first’ as we continue to grow in the Okanagan.”
As a member in good standing of the Canadian Law Society, Marvin is authorized by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to represent his clients in all immigration matters. Immigrating to a new country is extremely challenging in this day in age and Marvin is committed to taking the stress out of the process. He offers his clients clear communication at every step of the procedure making sure his clients make informed decisions.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to join FH&P Lawyers,” says Marvin. “The firm has deep roots in this community, and I’m pleased to offer my unique skills and practice to their team.”
When not “in the office,” Marvin loves swimming, travelling, gardening, history and cooking. Each year he volunteers to help UBC Okanagan students prepare for various debate competitions.
To contact Marvin at FH&P Lawyers call 250-762-4222 or email email@example.com.
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