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Wes Shields at FH&P Lawyers LLP Kelowna Law Firm

Wes Shields

Associate Counsel

Estate Litigation | Family Law | General Litigation

Wesley Shields was born in Churchhill, Manitoba where he lived (as well as in the Northwest Territories) prior to moving to British Columbia. He spent several years in the Fraser Valley where he attended Fraser Valley College. He also attended Simon Fraser University, Queen's University, and the University of British Columbia. While attending University, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree, Masters of Public Administration degree and a Bachelor of Laws degree.

Wes articled in Vancouver and became a Member of the Law Society of British Columbia in 1990 when he was called to the Bar. He has practiced law in the Kelowna area since that time.

Married with two children, Wes is a soccer coach and is active in hockey, golf and outdoor recreational activities.

Direct Phone: 250-869-6017
Toll Free: 1-888-320-4488
Fax: 250-762-8616

Email: wshields@fhplawyers.com

Member of the Law Society of British Columbia

Member of the Canadian Bar Association - British Columbia Branch - Restorative Justice Working Group committee

Member of the Kelowna Bar Association

Trial Lawyers Association of BC (Vice President)

Provincial Court Family Rules Working Group

Access to Justice Committee - Canadian Bar Association

Kelowna General Hospital Foundation (Board Chair)

Terry Fox Foundation - Organizing Committee (Kelowna)

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Latest News & Articles

by Wes Shields

Wes Shields Appointed To New Working Group

March 15, 2021 Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch launches the Restorative Justice Working Group committee.

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Wesley Shields & The Kelowna General Hospital Foundation

February 07, 2020 Wesley Shields, a family lawyer at FH&P is a proud member of the KGH Foundation Board.

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Provincial Court Family Rules

January 24, 2020 Wesley Shields, a family lawyer at FH&P Lawyers was interviewed on the new recommendations proposed regarding Provincial Family Rules.

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