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Kamaljit Kaur Lehal
Fraser Valley, Greater Vancouver, Sunshine Coast, Interior North/Northern B.C.
Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu,
Lehal Law Corporation
Suite 200 - 6905 120th St.
Delta, BC
V4E 2A8

Office: (604) 596-1321
Fax: (604) 596-1320

Family Roster Mediation Details
I am able to offer my offices for smaller mediations. I am able to offer co-mediation services for multi-party or complex disputes.

$350 - $450 / hour

My standard fee is $350 per hour. It is 450 when there are multiple parties.

If a mediation is cancelled within 7 days of scheduled mediation date, and not rescheduled, the cancelling party will pay a cancellation fee. There is no cancellation fee in respect of mediation cancelled for more than 7 days before a scheduled mediation.


Kamaljit Kaur Lehal is a lawyer and has been operating her own law irm, Lehal Law Corporation (formerly Lehal & Company) in Delta, British Columbia since 1992. She was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1990. Her areas of practice are: immigration, administrative and personal injury law. As well, Kamaljit is a designated mediator and is on the BC Civil Roster of Mediators. She received training in mediation through the Harvard Law School, Program on Negotiation. She also offers co-mediation services. For the part two years she has conducted co-mediations in family law to obtain her family law mediation accreditation. She is now accredited by the Law Society to mediate family law matters. She is also a tribunal member for the Civil Resolution Tribunal.

In the area of immigration law she has represented women, successfully, on gender persecution grounds. She is on the roster for Legal Services Society, Immigration Duty Counsel, and has represented clients in that capacity. Since 1996 she has been a director of the Board of OPTIONS Community Services, a not for profit organization that supports families and community health. She was a member and alternative chair for the British Columbia Review Board from 1998 to 2010. She is a member of the Community Coordination for Women's Safety, a committee of EVA BC (The Ending Violence Association of BC). She was a supervising lawyer for EVA on a Law Foundation project pertaining to domestic violence and immigrant women. In addition, Kamaljit was involved with I.C.W.O (the Indo-Canadian Women's Organization), in which she participated in various committees.

Aside from her work and social commitment, Kamaljit is busy with her husband raising four children.

Conflict within Families
  • Abuse/Sexual Abuse
  • Family Relationships
  • Managing High Conflict
  • Managing Power Imbalances
Contact with a Child (Access/Custody)
  • Guardianship
  • Parenting Arrangements (Time and Education)
  • Parenting Plans
  • Plan of Care & Living Arrangements
Financial & Property
  • Child Support & Maintenance
  • Division of Assets and Liabilities
  • Financial Aspects of Separation
  • Parent/Teen Disputes
  • Parenting Arrangements and Education
  • Parenting Plans

  • Hindu
  • Indo-Canadian
  • Punjabi