Careers at Maio Law
BOUTIQUE KELOWNA FAMILY LAW FIRM
MAIO LAW is expanding and you could be part of the journey.
If you are a self-motivated individual that is seeking an opportunity with room to grow and learn in areas of law such as family, real estate, estates, wills, and corporate, then this opportunity is for you. Qualified candidates will have the opportunity to do what you were trained to do, be a lawyer, with Maio Law providing you the support you need to succeed.
With almost 10 years experience, Maio Law has the knowledge, experience, and know how to get you started or support you in your transition from another firm.
Qualified candidates must be a member of the BC Law Society and in good standing. This position is open to newly called lawyers or those with several years experience. Compensation commensurate with experience.
Please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected]
Why Choose Maio Law
OUR APPROACH TO a RESOLUTION
COMMUNICATION & GOALS
PLANNING & STRATEGY
EXECUTION & OUTCOMES
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Domenic Maio took on a heavy task helping me. I will be forever grateful. His confidence, kindness, understanding and drive to resolve the issue quickly was Amazing. I have great trust and respect for Domenic
Domenic is a fantastic real estate lawyer. This is our 4th time using his services. He helped us tremendously in Toronto and now in Kelowna. Highly recommend him, super reliable!
Domenic Maio went above and beyond for us in our mortgage refinance. He found mistakes that had been made previously and went to great effort to get them fixed. I will always go back to him for any real estate transaction because I know I can trust him.
SEPARATION & DIVORCE INSIGHTS
Setting Aside Child Support Provisions within Separation Agreement
Renshi v Renshi, 2022 BCSC 1942 (CanLII) The issue in focus: Application for an order setting aside terms of a separation agreement regarding child support
Retroactive Variation of Support Payments in an Agreement
Hinz v. Davey, 2022 BCCA 232 The issue in focus: The Courts jurisdiction under the Family Law Act (“FLA”) to retroactively vary support payments in
Death after Separation but before Divorce
In an interesting case out of the BC Court of Appeal, the Administrator of the Estate for the deceased wife filed a Notice of Family