Tarel joined Campbell Burton & McMullan LLP in April 2013.
Tarel has lived in the Lower Mainland her entire life. Completing her Bachelor of Laws in 2006, she articled for a small firm on the Langley/Surrey border. Called to the bar in May 2007, Tarel has touched on almost every aspect of the law as one does in a full service law firm environment. Over the years, she focused her practice on taking care of the individual and, specifically, family law. Her passion is helping people find the middle ground they need to move to the next phase of their lives while making sure they understand the rights of all involved: themselves, their spouses and their children. Tarel can assist you through the stressful family law world and help guide you to the most practical path, be it through court appearances or, preferably, alternative dispute mechanisms such as negotiation or mediation. Although she pushes for the middle-ground in the best interests of the children and long-term communication between ex-spouses, she has and will take her clients right through trial if necessary to protect their interests and those of their children.
As a mediator, Tarel prides herself on helping families find the resolution that doesn’t leave anyone’s interests out and best serves their children.
Tarel lives in Maple Ridge with her husband, her son, her dog and her cat. She is an avid camper and loves British Columbia’s outdoor playground and introducing her son to that world.
Professional Accreditations & Affiliations:
- Certified Family Law Mediator, British Columbia
- Law Society of British Columbia
- Director – Langley Community Services Society 2016/17
- University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Laws 2006
- Simon Fraser University, Bachelor of Arts 2002
- Kwantlen University College, Associate of Arts 1998
- Called to the Bar in British Columbia, 2007