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Kristie Wong

Associate

Email: Kristie@boasecohencollins.com
Phone: (852) 3416 1768

Overview

Kristie is a core member of BC&C’s Family Law department where she deals with a wide variety of cases arising from the matrimonial context while she also handles Criminal Matters.

For her further education, Kristie completed a double-degree programme offered by the University of Hong Kong. She studied for her Bachelor of Social Sciences (Government and Laws) from 2009-12 – during which time she received the Serena Yang Award for Global Studies Internship – and then completed her Bachelor of Laws in 2014.

She earned her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws in 2015, after which she joined BC&C. She became an Associate with the firm in 2017.

Core Specialities

  • Family Law, Divorce and Separation
  • Child Custody and Financial Applications
  • Pre- and Post-Nuptial Agreements
  • Injunctions and Non-Molestation Orders
  • Relocation and Removal Applications
  • Wardship and Child Abduction under the Hague Convention
  • Surrogacy and Parental Orders
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Company and Commercial Litigation

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