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Nancy Ling at FH&P Lawyers LLP Kelowna Law Firm

Nancy Ling


Business Law | Commercial Securities | Corporate Records | Elderly Parents | Estate Planning | Land Development | Leases | Powers of Attorney | Probate | Real Estate | Strata Property | Trusts | Wills | Purchase & Sale of Business | Representation Agreements & Living Wills | Estate Administration

Nancy obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major in French and English from the University of St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. In 2009, she obtained her Law Degree from the University of Saskatchewan. Nancy then moved to the Okanagan where she articled and practiced as an associate with a law firm in Vernon. She was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2010, joined FH&P Lawyers LLP as an associate in 2013 and joined the partnership in 2018.

Nancy practices in the areas of wills, trusts, estate and incapacity planning, estate administration, residential and commercial real estate, property matters, corporate transactions and business law.

When she is not in the office you can find her outdoors taking advantage of everything the Okanagan has to offer in the summer and winter months.

Direct Phone: 250-448-0527
Toll Free: 1-888-320-4488
Fax: 250-762-8616

Email: nling@fhplawyers.com

Member of the Law Society of British Columbia

Member of the Canadian Bar Association - (Commercial and Real Estate Section Okanagan; Treasurer - Wills and Trusts Section Okanagan; and Sections Standing Committee)

Member of the Kelowna Bar Association

Elevation Outdoor Experiential Programs Association

Women's Law Forum

Nancy’s family is originally from the Okanagan, and as an avid snowboarder and wakeboarder she has settled here in order to enjoy all that the Okanagan outdoors has to offer.

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by Nancy Ling

Foreign Buyer Ban Begins

January 17, 2023 Now that the calendar has changed to 2023, the Canada wide Foreign Buyer Ban has come into effect.

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You're Young, Why Bother?

September 22, 2022 Believe it or not, the less you have, the more important it is to have an estate plan or will even if you don't have much

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Changing Your Will With A Move

July 29, 2022 If a person moves provinces within Canada, should that person have their Will changed as part of their estate plan?

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