Jasdeep is an Associate Lawyer and Notary Public at Invicta Law Corporation in Vancouver, BC.
Jasdeep completed her Bachelor of Science at Simon Fraser University majoring in Health Sciences and Criminology. She then attended Queen’s University where she obtained her Juris Doctor and was subsequently called to the Ontario bar and British Columbia bars.
During her time at law school, she was on the Dean’s Honour List and was actively involved in the community. Jasdeep has worked as an Editorial Assistant for the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal where she proofread and conducted internal reviews on articles and case commentaries written by Canadian and international legal scholars. She developed her litigation and drafting skills at the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic providing services to low-income families in landlord and tenant and criminal injuries compensation matters. As a result of her involvement with the Legal Aid Clinic, Jasdeep advocated for her clients before the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board and employed alternative dispute resolution methods in resolving landlord and tenant matters. She also volunteered for Pro Bono Canada where she acted as the Project lead in providing legal services to small non-profit organizations.
Prior to joining Invicta Law Corporation, she worked at a full-service firm in Ontario where she assisted clients in a broad range of legal matters including Family law, Criminal law, Real Estate conveyancing and Wills and Estates.
Jasdeep’s practice at Invicta Law Corporation focuses on Family Law. She assists clients in all aspects of family law including Separation and Divorce, Family Law/Marriage Agreements, child support, spousal support, property and debt, custody, parentage and adoption.
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- Simon Fraser University, B.Sc.
- Queen’s University, J.D.
- Law Society of Ontario
- Law Society of British Columbia
- Canadian Bar Association, British Columbia Branch
News & Resources from Jasdeep
If your spouse disposes of property closer to separation, you may be eligible for a compensation order. You may request a greater share in the remaining family assets.
Family Law favours the involvement of both parents when raising children post-separation. But there are situations where shared parenting is not workable an it is possible for one parent to get full custody.
You may be wondering if you have a claim for “back-dated” or retroactive spousal support. Here is what you need to know about unfulfilled spousal support obligations.
Spousal support after remarriage may be affected if the spouse receiving support cohabits with or marries someone else. However, this isn’t always the case.
Legal custody is the right to make decisions about your child’s care and upbringing. Here are the basics of legal custody in BC.
A well-drafted legal separation agreement can settle all existing disputes at the end of a marriage, and provide you with clarity and certainty.
Under the Divorce Act, the Supreme Court of BC may change, suspend or terminate a child support order on application by either spouse if…
Is the Child Eligible for a Retroactive Child Support Order and What is the date of Retroactive Child Support Award? Retroactive child support refers to child support for the period during which the payor parent should have been paying support but did not or paid less than what the recipient parent was entitled to pursuant…