Lesra N. Martin, L.L.B.

Barrister & Solicitor

ICBC • Brain Injury • Chronic Pain • Personal Injury

lmartin@martinlawyers.ca


Lesra was called to the BC bar in 1999. Of his eight siblings, Lesra is the only one with a high school diploma. He graduated as an Ontario scholar and then went on to receive an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto in 1988 and his law degree from Dalhousie Law School.


Given his distinguished notoriety with his involvement in the freeing of Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, as well as being a published author of the book The Power of a Promise, Lesra has done a remarkable job of putting Kamloops on the map.


As a one-time prosecutor, he is no stranger to a fight. He has perseverance and a “never quit” attitude. He is a civil litigator, and if you are an innocent victim of an accident, you want him in your corner.

Cheryl L. Martin, L.L.B.

Barrister & Solicitor

Wills • Estate & Incapacity Planning • Real Estate • Family Law

cmartin@martinlawyers.ca


Cheryl was called to the BC Bar in 1999. She practices primarily in the areas of wills and estates, real estate and adult guardianship law. As managing partner at Martin & Martin Lawyers, she thoroughly enjoys working with first-time home buyers and families as they plan toward their futures and the security of their families. She takes great pride in guiding them through the purchase of their first home to attaining “peace of mind” with their respective estate planning needs.


Coming from a large East Coast family, and being a wife and mother, Cheryl relates to many situations and circumstances that bring people into her office. She enjoys all aspects of building a solid relationship with her clients in a respectful and confidential environment.

Charlene E. Le Beau, J.D.

Barrister & Solicitor

Family Law • Divorce • Separation, Prenuptial & Cohabitation Agreements

clebeau@martinlawyers.ca


Charlene was called to the BC Bar in 1999. Before joining Martin & Martin Lawyers in Kamloops, she practised in Vancouver, primarily in the areas of family and child protection law. Charlene has argued cases at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.


Although comfortable in court, and a strong advocate for her clients, Charlene encourages settlement through negotiation and mediation. She enjoys helping her clients achieve a resolution that enables them to move forward in a constructive way.

Danielle Oliver

Barrister & Solicitor
Family Law • Wills & Estate Planning
doliver@martinlawyers.ca


“Listening is the foundation of effective advocacy.”


Danielle has roots in the prairies but was raised in Penticton, British Columbia. She attended Queen’s University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology. Her passions for advocacy and collaboration are what led her towards the legal profession. In 2016, Danielle obtained her Juris Doctor in Law with the third graduating class of Thompson Rivers University.

Danielle practices mainly in the areas of family and child protection law. Prior to moving to Kamloops to join Martin & Martin Lawyers, she practiced in Kelowna in the areas of personal injury law, family law, wills and estates, employment law, contract law, and civil litigation.

Danielle believes that great advocacy starts with understanding her client’s needs. She enjoys employing her compassionate nature and problem solving skills to guide her clients, constructively, towards resolution.

Danielle is a member of the Kamloops Chapter of Junior Chamber International. In her free time she enjoys being active in the community, cooking for friends, and exploring Kamloops with her dog, Hank.

Heather A. Lloyd

Articled Student

Family Law

heather@martinlawyers.ca


“Guiding principles to any successful outcome starts with compassion and empathy.”


Heather comes to Martin & Martin Lawyers with a good sense of who she is and what she is passionate about. She brings a strong background in social work, having previously worked as a child protection social worker with the Ministry of Children and Family Development after obtaining her Bachelor of Social Work in 2011. Her passion for assisting people in their time of need led her to pursue a career in the legal profession. In 2018, Heather obtained her Juris Doctor in Law with the fifth graduating class of Thompson Rivers University.

Heather incorporates the skills she developed as a Social Worker into her practice today. While she has gained some experience in the area of criminal law, her primary area of focus is family and child protection law. Heather believes that compassion and empathy are key aspects to successful advocacy. She enjoys utilizing her negotiating skills to obtain the best results for her clients.

Heather was born in Alberta and raised in Kamloops, British Columbia. Heather is a member of the Board of Directors for the Elizabeth Fry Society. Her position with the society allows her to give back to her home community and help those in need. In her free time, Heather enjoys being active in the Kamloops soccer community, hiking with her dog, Cyrus, and attending local symphonies and theatre.

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