Linda Caisley, Notary Public

Linda Caisley, CFP

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Preferred Areas of Practice

  • Wills
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Representation Agreements
  • Advance Directives
  • Medical Assistance in Dying Patient Request Records
  • Notarizations
  • Buying and Selling Real Estate
  • Family Property Transfers

Linda Caisley has worked in the legal services industry in several different capacities and locations, for over 30 years.

Linda took over John Stringer's notarial practice in Kelowna, in May 2008. Linda's practice focuses primarily on drafting Wills, Powers of Attorney, Representation Agreements and other estate planning documents.

Linda has a Masters of Music in Performance from the University of Toronto, and did several years of post-graduate study and work as a flautist. She also worked for several years with a number of large charities as an estate planner and fundraiser, helping philanthropists manage their private foundations.

Linda holds the Certified Financial Planner designation, a Certificate in Financial Management from BCIT, and she has taken the Canadian Securities Course. She has also taken many mediation courses. At the time of her commission as a BC Notary, Linda received the Dr. Bernard W. Hoeter Award for achieving the highest overall marks in the Statutory Examinations as well as the UBC Real Estate Division Sauder School of Business Award from the Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia.

Linda is one of the founding members of The Notary Group, and, along with Tim Janzen and Daniel Lo, created TNG Legal Services MDP, which is BC's first and only multi-disciplinary practice of BC Notaries and BC Lawyers together.

Linda has always continued to take regular educational courses over her years as a BC Notary, including advanced training courses on the changes which took place in 2011 for Powers of Attorney, Representation Agreements and Advance Directives, and a specialty educational program offered in June, 2012, by the Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia, on acting as an Executor. Linda has also taught many courses in estate planning and charitable giving, and has written articles and contributed to other published works over the years. She loves helping guide clients through the significant changes in this area of the law.