Focusing on the future, not on the past, is Rebekah Hiebert’s philosophy when it comes to the difficult issues of parenting, support and division of property that may arise on a separation or divorce. Collaborative Family Law is about assisting parties navigate these areas when emotions are running high, while discussing, protecting, and understanding their legal rights and responsibilities to each other. Rather than fighting in a court system that was never designed to handle family disputes, Rebekah focuses on helping parties negotiate outside of the courtroom, advocating for their rights and focusing on their unique circumstances and priorities.
Rebekah considers herself from Western Canada – splitting her time between Calgary and Winnipeg before attending the University of Victoria Law School where she earn her J.D. She has lived and practiced in the Town of Vermilion since her call to the Alberta Bar and is currently a partner of Vermilion River Law. Rebekah also practices in the area of Wills and Estates, Corporate and Real Estate Law. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Vermilion and is currently serving on the board of the Vermilion Allied Arts Council.