Nassim Nasser نسیم ناصر
- divorce and family law including negotiating and preparing marriage (pre-nuptial) agreements, separation agreements, property division, child custody, guardianship and access, and spousal and child support.
- immigration law including visitor’s visa, student visa, company and work permits, economic class immigration, family class immigration, investor/business immigration, and spousal/common law sponsorship
- drafting wills, estate administration and probate law; and
- court representation (including trial and appellate advocacy).
She is fluent in English and Farsi and is delighted to help her Farsi speaking clients.
Her result-oriented approach has led to many successes both during negotiations and in court. Each case is unique and she believes there is an amicable resolution to most. Her role is to help you make educated decisions that are within the boundaries of the law.
She thinks analytically and outside of the box in order to find an efficient and cost-effective solution that gives you control over your own life.
She keeps you updated on all stages of your case so you can make informed decisions about how you would like to move forward. Where a negotiated settlement is not an option, she also has vast litigation experience.
She has had the rare opportunity to appear before all levels of court in British Columbia (Provincial Court, Supreme Court, and Court of Appeal). She has run trials in both the Supreme Court and Provincial Court.
Her client’s benefit from her knowledge and understanding of complex property and corporate transactions. She has helped a number of clients untangle financial aspects of their lives through negotiations and settlement.
She provides you with various options and cost estimates at different stages of your case. For Nassim, clear communication is the key to a successful practice.
In her personal time, she enjoys travelling and spending time outdoors. She loves road trips, playing board games, and walking her dog Belle along the sea wall.
Osgoode Hall Law School, JD
York University, Computer Science, MSC & BSC
Bar and Professional Memberships:
BC Law Society, 2012
Trial Lawyers Association
Preservation, Valuation and Division of Property in “Grey Divorces”, published in Grey Divorce: The Next Generation of Family Law 2015, co-authored with Lorne MacLean , QC