litigationLitigation Strategy

Sure, you need to know all the facts and locate all the relevant law, but family law cases are won or lost based on strategy.

Knowing "when to hold ‘em, when to fold ’em and when to pass", as a country singer once crooned.

As a litigator for 25 years with a remarkable “win” track record, Georgialee Lang can help you make your clients happier, which will help you gain new clients and better clients, by assisting you on your complex cases as a Litigation Strategist.

Georgialee Lang does not want your clients. What she will do is help you manage difficult family law cases by strategizing, rather than just going through the motions, as many lawyers do.


What kinds of cases? The tough ones; including cases with difficult opposing counsel, difficult clients, or cases involving complex business and corporate arrangements, high conflict parenting, parental alienation, child abduction and false allegations of abuse cases.

Georgialee Lang can spend several hours on a case or several weeks or more, it’s up to you. She can “ghost” your case or be involved with your client. It’s all about you being the best you can be and winning cases that should be won!

 

LEADING TRIAL DECISIONS ARGUED BY MS. LANG

QB v. WIM 2014 BCSC 219

Prpich v. Prpich 2013 BCSC 606

JEH v. PLH 2013 BCSC 752

Stein v. Stein 2012 BCSC 1662

Sarro v. Sarro 2012 BCSC 1010

Prpich v. Prpich 2012 BCSC 1498

Hodgkinson v. Hodgkinson 2011 BCSC 634

Fitzpatrick v. Fitzpatrick 2011 BCSC 451

Ouellette v. Ouellette 2010 BCSC 1119

Russell v. Russell 2010 BCSC 1129

Laxton v. Coglon 2008 BCSC 772

Wei v. Cao 2008 BCSC 266

Camp v. Camp 2006 BCSC 608


Chutter v. Chutter 2007 BCSC 814

Pilgrim v. Pilgrim 2007 BCSC 1370

Laxton v. Coglon 2006 BCSC 1688

Harris v. Harris 2006 BCSC 644

Hodgkinson v. Hodgkinson 2003 BCSC 1538, 2004 BCSC 1630


Myers v. Myers 2008 BCSC 1024, 2008 BCSC 1235


Renwick v. Renwick 2006 BCSC 1502

Ebrahim v.Ebrahim 2002 BCSC 939, 2002 BCSC 466

Skazlic v. Skazlic 2003 BCSC 1207

Borgstrom v.

Borgstrom 2004 BCSC 605, 2005 BCSC 1041

“Resolving conflict is rarely about who is right. It is about acknowledgement and appreciation of the differences.”
     -- Thomas Crum