Yeoman Liang

Yeoman Liang

Yeoman Liang is a lawyer who practices in all areas of family law. Yeoman has appeared before the Provincial Court of British Columbia and the Supreme Court of British Columbia.

Yeoman’s legal practice primarily revolves around complex family litigation, including issues of property division, parenting disputes and child and spousal support. Yeoman takes an approach that is focused on resolving his client’s legal dispute with a view to minimizing conflict and promote cooperation, while still obtaining a just, fair and cost-effective result.

Family cases can be an emotionally and financially taxing process. Yeoman aims to help navigate his clients towards an efficient solution whether through negotiation or litigation. In the courtroom, Yeoman is a strong advocate and delivers persuasive and compelling arguments on his clients’ behalf.

Yeoman immigrated to Canada at the age of four, and is fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese. Yeoman is familiar with the cultural dialogue that is unique to many immigrant families and seeks to apply his legal knowledge to assist immigrant families better understand the Canadian legal system.

Yeoman is an alumnus of St. George’s School in Vancouver, and obtained his law degree at University College London (UCL), one of the top three ranked law schools in the United Kingdom.