Vincent Canil is a family lawyer committed to guiding clients through the family law process with a peaceful and financially sensible approach.
Since being called to the bar, he has focused exclusively on family law and takes great satisfaction in offering clients tailored solutions to their unique challenges. Well-versed in a broad spectrum of family law matters, Vincent has experience in high net-worth asset division, child and spousal support, complex custody arrangements, and the drafting of pre-nuptial and separation agreements.
An Open and Transparent Approach
Vincent adopts a policy of openness and transparency, presenting clients with all available options along with the potential benefits and drawbacks. This approach ensures that clients are well-informed and empowered to make the best decisions for their unique situation. While he views litigation as a last resort, Vincent will not hesitate to advocate vigorously for his clients in court when alternative options prove to be unreasonable.
Resolute Courtroom Advocacy
Vincent has represented clients in all levels of court in British Columbia, advocating effectively for their interests. He is a frequent presence at both the Provincial and Supreme Courts of British Columbia, serving clients in various regions across the province.
Vincent is driven by the belief that everyone deserves quality legal counsel, and he takes pride in assisting people from diverse backgrounds, aiming for fair and beneficial outcomes in all family law matters.
Breaking Down Legal Barriers
Committed to making legal assistance accessible, Vincent extends his services to those who may not otherwise be able to afford legal support - volunteering his expertise at the Access Pro Bono Wills Clinic and offering legal support to low-income seniors and terminally ill individuals.
Outside of the office, Vincent enjoys playing tennis, hockey, and hiking the picturesque trails of the West Coast.
- Bachelor of Laws, University of Southampton
- Master of Journalism, University of Queensland
- Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and History, University of British Columbia
- Access Pro Bono BC