Aubrie Girou is a Partner at the firm and a member of our Wills, Estates + Trusts Practice Group.
Aubrie practices exclusively in the area of wills, estates + trusts, and incapacity and maintains both a solicitor’s and litigation practice. She assists clients with all aspects of contentious disputes – simple and complex – that can arise on death or incapacity including wills variation, unjust enrichment, constructive or resulting trusts, breach of fiduciary duties, committeeship applications, and accountings. She has represented clients before all levels of court in British Columbia. Aubrie also works strategically with clients to help put in place effective wealth preservation plans for each client’s unique circumstances with an aim to avoid post-mortem conflicts.
Aubrie is a frequent presenter and a regular contributor to leading industry publications.
At Alexander Holburn, Aubrie is a member of the Women’s Forum, a group dedicated to promoting business development and networking opportunities among our female lawyers, support staff and clients.
Aubrie summered and completed articles with the firm before joining the Wills, Estates and Trusts practice group. Prior to her articles, Aubrie completed a clerkship with the British Columbia Supreme Court.