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About Spencer

Spencer adores practicing law in his hometown, and loves the fulfillment of being able to help people with major transitional moments in their lives; starting businesses, buying a home, and planning their wills.


Some people dream of being a lawyer from a young age. Spencer is not one of those people. His university roommate was studying law and convinced him to apply almost on a whim. Even during law school, he didn't envision himself practicing law. After some time practicing litigation and family law at an established firm in Abbotsford, one out-of-the-blue phone call led to him moving back to Duncan to continue the practice of Robert Whittome.

After several wonderful years as part of the law firm Coleman Fraser Whittome Lehan Schmidt, it was time to create a new kind of law firm. Stonebridge Law was born with the goal of increasing accessibility and approachability to legal services in the Cowichan Valley. Spencer is eager to help people with wills and estate planning, estate administration, real estate purchases, sales and mortgages, and business law.

Spencer is proudest of his kids and is so grateful to be raising his young family in the Cowichan Valley. He and his wife, Aubrey, have the four most amazing kids on the planet (he might be a little biased!): Harper, Eli, Caleb, and Roman. If you're lucky, you might see them around the office. 

One of the things Spencer loves most about his job is the freedom it provides to give back to the community he loves. He is on the board of directors of the Downtown Duncan Business Improvement Association and the Clements Centre Society. On weekends, you can find him coaching youth soccer. He also loves volunteering through his local church congregation. 

If you let him, he'll talk your ear off about his latest barbeque creations. He's a self-proclaimed taco aficionado and won't be satisfied until he's found the perfect taco. He's a little bit too obsessed with basketball and, according to Aubrey, knows way too much about Michael Jordan. When the stars align and he actually has a free weekend, he likes to go to Jordan River or Tofino and trick himself into thinking he

can surf. 

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