“There are many effective pathways to resolving disputes and it is my goal to help clients discover their best route forward.”


Chelsea has a litigation practice focused on estate litigation, commercial disputes, debt collection and enforcement. She is a strong proponent of alternative dispute resolution for solving conflicts efficiently and in her clients’ best interests.

In her estate practice she helps executors and family members with remedying issues that can render a will invalid. In legal terms this may be called curing or rectifying the will though applications to the Court.


Bachelor of Science
University of Victoria

Bachelor of Laws with Honours
University of Sussex
Phone: 250-542-1177
Fax: 250-542-1105
Direct: 250-275-4487

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Issues can arise in estate plans and we are here to advise executors, beneficiaries and family on legal concerns.

Our lawyers resolve complex disputes by taking a practical, results-oriented approach.

Davidson has an established and comprehensive debt collection services department.

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Chelsea Kidd

Chelsea also acts for clients in estate litigation when there is conflict between the executor and beneficiaries or amongst beneficiaries concerning disinheritance, lack of transparency, remuneration of the executor, conflicts of interest, and undue influence. Her representation of clients in these matters will involve legal actions including wills variation, passing of accounts, removing executors, or defending the removal of executors.

Chelsea acts with senior counsel in resolving business disputes between shareholders, business partners, and family-owned business. She also has a debt collection and enforcement practice representing creditors and debtors. Chelsea has led a number of successful negotiations on behalf of debtors with secured creditors around debt repayment with a beneficial result for both parties.

Chelsea grew up in Calgary and spent most summers enjoying the North Okanagan. Chelsea holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Victoria. She obtained her law degree from the University of Sussex, in England.

After returning to Canada with her young family, Chelsea chose to settle in Vernon where she has been welcomed into the community. She is on the board of the Kalamalka Starfish Society that addresses food equity among school age children. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, camping, and hiking with her family.