Anouk Crawford

With a background in both psychology and law, Anouk is uniquely suited to assist you to create and sustain a resolution structure that helps you move through difficult conflicts. Family law has been the focus of Anouk’s practice since she began practicing in 2005.

As a litigator, Anouk remains open to opportunities that will help you reach a conclusion without the need for court. If court is necessary, Anouk and her team work tirelessly to prepare your case and vigorously defend your position.

Anouk began mediating in 2006 and has significant experience working with families, educating them about family law and working with them through the challenge of creating a family structure that best supports their children. She also has significant experience working with parties to determine complex property division, spousal support and mobility issues. She is regularly called on to mediate throughout the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley.

Anouk has significant experience working with families coping with depression, anger and the struggles of high-conflict separation. Her focus is on helping clients untangle their unresolved family law matters in a manner that is safe and responsible for the client.

Anouk’s professional style has been described as practical, no non-sense, educational and respectful.

Anouk has a passion for community involvement, believing that great communities are created and sustained by active involvement. For 6.5 years, commencing in 2012, she was an active member of the Public Safety Advisory Committee for the City of Chilliwack. Since December 2015 Anouk has been a member of the Board of Trustees for the Chilliwack Academy of Music. Recently, Anouk was elected to the National Small, Solo and General Practice Section Board for the Canadian Bar Association, as a Member-at-Large and is excited to begin contributing to her professional community in new and exciting ways. Anouk has regularly presented to professional groups in the Fraser Valley and beyond, educating school counsellors, school administrators, counsellors, front-line support workers and medical practitioners on family law issues as they impact the practice of these professionals and their support of their clients. She has a passion for her family, her dog Coffee, art, the symphony, bright colours and an eternal hope that she will one day grow a respectable garden.

Educational Background:

LLB, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta 2004

BA (Hons) – Psychology, Simon Fraser University, 2000