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Camille Dorey

Associate

 780.441.4367
  780.428.9683
cdorey@dcllp.com

Camille Dorey is an associate who practices in our estate solutions practice group. She focuses her practice in the following areas:
• Estate planning through the preparation of Wills, Personal Directives and Powers of Attorney
• Estate administration and representing and advising executors, administrators and beneficiaries
• Estate litigation which includes representing and advising individuals with claims against an estate

Originally from Montreal, Camille is fully bilingual. After graduating from the University of Alberta in 2011 with degrees in Political Science and English, Camille attended the University of Sussex in the UK and obtained a Bachelor of Laws with Honours in 2013. During her articles, Camille gained exposure to a multitude of different areas of practice including family law, civil litigation, estate litigation, employment law, estate planning, estate administration, corporate law, and real estate. She was called to the Alberta Bar in May of 2016.

Before moving to Duncan Craig LLP in July of 2019, Camille practiced at a smaller Edmonton firm, dealing with issues such as construction litigation, commercial litigation, debt collection, estate litigation, estate planning, estate administration, and real estate. She has accumulated litigation experience with numerous appearances before the Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta.

Camille aims to provide practical solutions to difficult legal issues by combining her legal knowledge with common sense. She enjoys getting to know her clients and encourages them to ask questions so that their concerns are can be promptly addressed. By providing plain language explanations to the various legal complexities her clients face, her goal is to ensure that her clients understand the legal process and are confident that their interests are being protected.

In her spare time, Camille is an avid crossfitter and enjoys cooking and travelling with her husband, Fraser.
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