Caroline’s practice focuses on assisting clients with wills, corporate, trusts and estate planning needs with an emphasis on taxation. She is also counsel to a number of non-profit organizations and charities assisting them with starting up to winding down and a multitude of issues experienced in between. Originally from Saskatchewan, she was called to the bar there and began her legal career at a firm that focused on taxation, where she gained a love and appreciation for this area of law.
She moved to Vancouver Island with her family in 2012 and recently took some time to work for the BC Provincial government as a senior tax analyst. While there she gained valuable insights into the creation of tax statuses and the administration of the same. She made the decision to return to practice in 2018 when she joined Horne Coupar LLP.
Caroline believes in a community that meets people where they are at and pitches in to help when needed. Prior to moving to Victoria, Caroline was an active member and director of the United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island. She and Paula Bosenberg authorized the chapter Wills, Trusts, Estates and Adult Guardianship for the 2019 Annual Review of Law & Practice, a publication of the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia.
Caroline has been a long-time member of the Canadian Bar Association and is a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation.
|CPA In-Depth Tax Course
LLB, Distinction, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
|B.A., High Honours, Major in International Studies, Minor in Political Studies & Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK|