Paul Mann is a Partner at Grandview Law Group LLP. Paul obtained his Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) from the University of British Columbia in 2005, and his Juris Doctor (JD) from the prestigious Melbourne University in 2008 which has consistently ranked as the top 10 law schools in the world. He was called to the bar in British Columbia in May 2011.
Paul has extensive experience in a wide variety of matters, including trial, in both BC Provincial and Supreme Courts. He is an experienced trial lawyer who understands the complexities of family law matters and works with clients in offering unique solutions to their particular needs. He has experience in dealing with divorce, custody/guardianship, separation agreements, complex property division, business valuations, pension valuations, spousal support and child support matters (retroactive and prospective support), parental alienation, child apprehension cases, imputation of income, among other family law matters. Although a litigator, Paul does not shy away from using alternative dispute resolution (direct negotiation, 4-way meetings, mediation) to resolve his client’s problems.
What my clients say
“We dealt with Paul Mann on a very sensitive matter regarding our children. He was very professional and did not waste time putting our case together. He was quite thorough and had reached out to medical experts that were required for our case. He was quick to learn the medical terminology required and ensured that our experts had discredited the opposing expert’s testimony. We won our case after a lengthy trial. We would, and have, recommend him to anyone who requires a specialist in Family Law.”
“When potential family law clients come see me for the first time, I completely understand how emotional it can be. Clients have many questions relating to parenting/guardianship, property division, support, and about securing their financial future. My goal during each initial consult is to ensure that the Client leaves our office knowing what their rights and obligations are under family law principals. In most cases, I am also in a position to advise the Client on the most cost-effective plan of action of obtaining the best result that is in their best interest.” – Paul Mann
Dosanjh v. Dosanjh, 2018 BCSC 49
Thompson v. Hua,  B.C.J. No. 1864
N.Z. v. O.Z.,  B.C.J. No. 2573
T.C. v. S.C.,  B.C.J. No. 1815