Rana Yavari has a Master of Laws from Peter A. Allard School of Law at University of British Columbia. She earned her LL.B with Honours at the University of London, United Kingdom. She also gained valuable experience in a pro bono law clinic where she became familiar with cases regarding social enterprise, online consultancy, media law and various forms of employment conflicts.
Rana cares about people and is dedicated to helping her clients move forward through her practice of family law. She coordinated case management of community resources, service plans and functioned as liaison with other service providers in supporting newly arriving immigrants to Canada for the Immigrant Services Society of BC.
Fluent in both English and Farsi, Rana Yavari has travelled extensively throughout England, France, Germany, Czech Republic,
Rana Yavari has appeared in both the Provincial and Supreme Courts of British Columbia and has participated in mediation, arbitration, and negotiation to resolve various types of disputes.
Rana has worked on high-profile cases and drafted complex marriage and separation agreements. She represents clients across British Columbia in all matters relating to custody, access, child guardianship, property division, child and spousal support, and divorce.
Rana’s passion for helping people drew her to family law. She cares about her clients and is dedicated to helping them move forward through that passion and her practice of Family Law. Her ability to balance empathy and professionalism ensures that her clients are supported and cared for during each stage of these challenging processes. She has a proven ability to deliver successful outcomes to even the most overwhelming and seemingly insurmountable cases.
When not helping her clients, Rana explores her interests in travelling and exploring new cultures. In her limited personal time, Rana can be found outdoors in the mountains, playing her piano, or painting.