Chyanne Sharma

Family Lawyer
Initial Consult is Free. After that it's $300/hr
Chyanne Sharma

Chyanne Sharma

Chyanne Sharma is a litigation family lawyer who is driven by her passion to help people. 

An Analytical and Creative Approach 

She prides herself in being approachable and is committed to helping clients have their voice heard. Chyanne takes an analytical approach to her files, often finding creative ways to help her clients navigate through difficult situations. Her hard work and dedication combined with her organization and detail orientated approach helps clients achieve their desired outcome. 

Chyanne recognizes that the justice system can be intimidating and is highly skilled at helping her clients navigate one of the most difficult times of their lives. While her initial approach is to resolve family law matters reasonably and amicably, she understands that court is sometimes necessary to achieve the right outcome.  

Versatile Expertise in Family Law Matters

Chyanne has appeared in the Provincial Court and Supreme Court of BC and has successfully run family law trials. She is caring and compassionate and is fiercely confident in court when advocating for her clients. She can help on all areas of family law including family violence, parenting, child and spousal support, property division, parental alienation, and prenuptial and separation agreements. 

Chyanne obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History at the University of Victoria. Thereafter, she received her Juris Doctor from Bond University where she graduated with distinction. She has several years of family law experience as a legal assistant and paralegal prior to becoming a lawyer. Her extensive procedural knowledge is a huge asset when choosing to work with her. 

Bridging the Justice Divide – Making Legal Help Accessible

Chyanne is an executive member on the Canadian Bar Association B.C. committee for unbundled legal services and is committed to working with legal organizations to create different types of resources and legal services available to help close the access to justice gap. 

Outside of the office, Chyanne enjoys travelling, spending time with friends and family, and exploring the beautiful West Coast with her golden retriever.


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Blogs by Chyanne

From Child Support to Parenting Time: Understanding Stepparent Rights

Blended families have become quite common in today’s society. According to a 2019 Canadian Health Survey on Children and Youth, 20% of children who have experienced parental separation or divorce, live with a stepparent - that equates to over 237,000 Canadian kids.

What is Settlement Privilege & What are the Exceptions?

Settlement negotiations are an integral part of the legal process, allowing parties to explore resolutions without resorting to litigation.

What does a family law legal assistant or paralegal do?

What exactly is the role of a legal assistant or paralegal in a family law firm? They only deal with scheduling meetings and answering phone calls, right?