• Pam L. Bell
  • Elizabeth E. Stock
  • Sierra Yanush
  • Katrina A. Prah






Pam L. Bell graduated from the University of Alberta, Faculty of Law in 1994. Called to the Bar in 1995, Pam has practiced her entire career exclusively in the area of family law; over 25 years.

Pam has experienced success at all levels of Court in Alberta. While skilled in the litigation arena, Pam recognizes the need for tailor-made solutions to achieve each client's unique goals. Trained in mediation and collaborative law, she brings a wide range of problem solving skills to each client she represents. 

She is also now a trained Arbitrator, bringing her wealth of experience and varied skill set to this growing practice area.

Pam's clients can expect responsive, caring representation and counsel.




Elizabeth E. Stock completed her undergraduate degree at Trinity College at the University of Toronto in 1992. She graduated from the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law, in 1996. 

Since being called to the Alberta Bar in 1997, Elizabeth has practiced exclusively in the area of Family Law. She uses her experience and training in Collaborative Law and Mediation to assist clients to reach amicable resolutions. As an experienced litigator, Elizabeth will skillfully ensure her clients rights are protected, when needed. 

Elizabeth has volunteered extensively and was named one of Calgary's Top 40 Under 40 in Avenue Magazine 

Elizabeth cares about her clients. 




Sierra received her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Philosophy from Queen’s University in 2010 and her Master of Arts in Philosophy from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2011. Sierra graduated from the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law in 2015. She was called to the Alberta Bar in 2016.

Sierra has practiced exclusively in family law. Sierra was first drawn to practicing family law while working at Legal Aid Alberta throughout law school. She enjoyed working with individuals to achieve practical solutions to their issues. Sierra’s focus is on building strong relationships with her clients and having clear communication. She looks forward to challenging herself with the complexities of family law while providing strategic, satisfying legal solutions for her clients’ needs. Sierra is comfortable appearing in Court or pursuing Alternative Dispute Resolution, whichever is in the client’s best interest.

Sierra is trained through the Alberta Family Mediation Society as a mediator, and provides services to parties who are looking to negotiate a settlement agreement with the assistance of a lawyer. Sierra offers a reduced hourly rate for mediation services.

Sierra was elected to the Canadian Bar Association – Family Law South Executive in 2020, and will serve through to 2027. Sierra has published and lectured for the Legal Education Society of Alberta on the topic of status quo in parenting.

Outside of the office Sierra is passionate about exploring the mountains on foot or on skis, reading, and having as much fun as possible with her three sisters. Sierra volunteers her time with the Association of Women Lawyers, the Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association, and Kids Up Front.




A lifelong Albertan , Katrina received her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Calgary in 2011, where she went on to obtain her Juris Doctorate in 2015. Having a keen interest in property rights, policy and the evolving sociology of the modern family- family law captured Katrina's interest early in her legal career which remains evident in her zealous representation of her clients.   

Katrina prides herself on her results-driven,  client-centric approach,  acting on behalf of clients in a broad array of family law matters, including:  property division, child support, spousal support, parenting, mobility, and custody disputes. Her representation is premised on the belief that all cases are unique and that each client deserves effective, efficient, personalized service. 

When she is not in the office, Katrina likes to keep active and enjoys leisurely hikes, culinary pursuits (participation limited to “taste tester”), cross country skiing and spending quality time with her dog “Boots”.