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Please read the following thoroughly before sending us an email:

Lindsay Kenney LLP would be pleased to discuss your legal issue with you, however, if you are looking for legal representation, there are some things you should know before you send us an e-mail:

a) Your response to this web page and/or any inquiry you make through our website does not create a lawyer/client relationship. Unless we are retained, we cannot guarantee or undertake to maintain your information in confidence. Anyone sending us confidential information prior to both parties agreeing that we will be your lawyers, runs the risk of disclosure and adverse use of their information. So, don’t send us anything confidential until you have talked to one of our lawyers and you have decided to retain us and we have agreed to act for you.

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Ari Wormeli

Associate - Langley

Ari Wormeli began working at Lindsay Kenney LLP in July of 2014 and practices in the areas of family and criminal law.

After graduating cum laude from York University in 2002, Ari taught drama and worked in banking before entering law school at the University of Victoria in 2007. Ari spent a summer as a law student in Fort St. John, BC and was called to the Bar in 2011 after articling at a boutique family law firm in Vancouver.

Mr. Wormeli has dealt with high conflict custody cases, medium and high net worth matters at the Provincial and Supreme courts. He has appeared at the Court of Appeal and made criminal appearances at the Provincial court.

Ari’s experience also includes complex financial matters involving corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. He has done trials and chambers applications along with separation and cohabitation agreements (commonly called prenups). Ari has participated in many successful mediations and negotiations to resolve files outside the court process.

Outside of his law practice, Ari enjoys reading, hiking, and music.

 

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