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| bio = '''Shannon Aldinger''' is a senior subject editor for ''[[JP Boyd on Family Law]]'', and is jointly responsible for the pages on [[Resolving Family Law Problems in Court]]. She is a solo practitioner in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.  Shannon has practiced law since 1996, and has represented clients in the Provincial and Supreme Courts of BC and the BC Court of Appeal. She has extensive experience in all areas of family law practice including providing legal advice, negotiating settlements, and providing representation in court dealing with parenting arrangements, child and spousal support, division of property and debts, spousal assault torts, restraining orders, and family law agreements. She is an active member of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC and a volunteer with the local Transition Society, as well as a past contributor to [[Dial-A-Law (CBABC)]], and a volunteer with the Women Lawyers Mentoring Program, Battered Women's Support Services, among others.  
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| bio = '''Shannon Aldinger''' is a senior subject editor for ''[[JP Boyd on Family Law]]'', and is jointly responsible for the pages on [[Resolving Family Law Problems in Court]]. Shannon graduated from McGill University (BA Hon) in 1992, obtained her law degree from Dalhousie Law School in 1995, and was called to the bar in 1996.  She is a family law lawyer and mediator in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, and has represented clients in the Provincial and Supreme Courts of BC as well as the BC Court of Appeal. She has extensive experience in all areas of family law practice including providing legal advice, negotiating settlements, and providing representation in court dealing with parenting arrangements, child and spousal support, division of property and debts, spousal assault torts, protection orders, restraining orders, and family law agreements. She is an active member of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC (TLABC), including a current member of its family law committee and a past member of its seminar committee.  She has made numerous public education presentations about family law through TLABC, the local transition society, community justice centre, military family resource centre and Legal Services Society.  
  
 
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| organization = Family Lawyer, Courtenay BC
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| organization = Family Law Lawyer & Mediator, Courtenay BC
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| website = [https://www.aldingerlaw.com www.aldingerlaw.com]
 
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Latest revision as of 10:28, 18 June 2019


Shannon Aldinger
Shannon Aldinger, Family Law Lawyer & Mediator, Courtenay BC
www.aldingerlaw.com
Shannon Aldinger is a senior subject editor for JP Boyd on Family Law, and is jointly responsible for the pages on Resolving Family Law Problems in Court. Shannon graduated from McGill University (BA Hon) in 1992, obtained her law degree from Dalhousie Law School in 1995, and was called to the bar in 1996. She is a family law lawyer and mediator in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, and has represented clients in the Provincial and Supreme Courts of BC as well as the BC Court of Appeal. She has extensive experience in all areas of family law practice including providing legal advice, negotiating settlements, and providing representation in court dealing with parenting arrangements, child and spousal support, division of property and debts, spousal assault torts, protection orders, restraining orders, and family law agreements. She is an active member of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC (TLABC), including a current member of its family law committee and a past member of its seminar committee. She has made numerous public education presentations about family law through TLABC, the local transition society, community justice centre, military family resource centre and Legal Services Society.