A talented negotiator and litigator, Kasey’s ability in a courtroom instills confidence in her clients. She is a creative thinker who develops solutions for complex legal problems.
Kasey practices in the Family Law group at Vogel LLP. She started her time at our firm as a summer student in 2016 and began her articles with the firm in June 2017. Kasey obtained her J.D. from the University of Calgary in 2017. During law school, she volunteered with the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund and ProBono Students Canada. She was also a volunteer caseworker with Student Legal Assistance where she dealt primarily with family law matters and appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta.
Prior to attending law school, Kasey lived in Victoria, B.C. where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a minor in Indigenous Studies from the University of Victoria.
Kasey was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Outside the office, Kasey enjoys cooking and trying new restaurants as well as enjoying the outdoors and staying active by hiking, running and skiing.
Alberta Court of Appeal
- Dean’s List, University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
- John H. MacPherson, QC Scholarship
- Member, Law Society of Alberta
- Member, Calgary Bar Association
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- J.D., University of Calgary
- B.A., University of Victoria
- Certificate in Pension Law, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University
- Admitted to the Law Society of Alberta, 2018
- Retroactive Spousal Support and Tax Implications
- Pension Issues Upon Relationship Breakdown
- Opinion: Relocation and Onerous Parenting Provisions
- Religious Divorce and the Authority of the Courts
- “The Cancer of Family Law Litigation”: Failure to Disclose and its Consequences
- Relocation and Notice – New Mobility Provisions under the Divorce Act
- The Dower Act: Rights and Responsibilities
- Calculating Guideline Income for Non-Residents of Canada
- Rhetorical Excess in Family Litigation
- Arbitration Agreements: Important Considerations
- What is a “Child of the Marriage”?
- Solicitor-Client Privilege – You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat it Too
- Can a Judge Reject a Settlement?
- Change of Name – After Marriage or Divorce
- What is the Hague Convention?
- What is a “Vexatious Litigant”?
- Travel Consents and Court Applications
- Property or Custody? Genetic Material in Family Law Disputes
- Executors and Personal Liability
- The Tricky Task of Annulling a Marriage