Welcome to our Directory of lawyers who will work with family law clients on an unbundled basis. Each of the lawyers listed in the Directory has completed the training we offer on how to deliver unbundled family law services. Contact information for participating lawyers is included in their Lawyer Profile in the Directory.
Please note that Ontario’s Family Law Limited Scope Services Project does not endorse or recommend specific lawyers.
If you are interested in working with one of the lawyers in our Directory or otherwise, you should contact the lawyer to decide if they are right for you. When doing so, you may want to ask them about (i) their experience providing family law services, (ii) their general approach to family law disputes, and (iii) the fees that they charge for their services.
- Foster Family Law
Virtual, Remote, London, Middlesex, St. Thomas, Service can be provided virtually throughout Ontario
Support calculations; legal research
- Phone, Email, Skype, Other Facetime, Zoom, Teams
- Hourly rate, Discounted hourly rate, Flat fee
Prior to becoming a family lawyer, I managed and led teams for over 15 years, marketing and raising funds for organizations such as Yale University, St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation, Western University, and Robarts Research Institute.
Because of my passion for helping others, particularly those who are vulnerable and marginalized, I left my successful career and pursued my dream of becoming a family lawyer. I opened my own family law practice after working with a leading law firm in London. I also worked with Community Legal Services at Western University providing family law services to clients and coaching and training law students in family law. More recently, I was the inaugural Executive Director of the Middlesex Law Association, until I decided to focus on my practice and provide limited scope services to clients and virtual associate services to family lawyers. I am also a Certified Legal Coach, supporting clients with the tools and strategies they need to navigate their family law matter with confidence while they retain full control over the process and their costs.
I continue to support my local and legal communities through my volunteer work with organizations such as the Family Justice Centre, Wellspring London and Region, and the Southwestern Ontario Family Violence and Family Law Community of Practice. I continued to mentor and teach students through my role as an Adjunct Professor for the Family Law Externship and the foundational Family Law course at Western University. I have also supported the legal community as a volunteer with Pro Bono Students Canada and London Lawyers Feed the Hungry.
While at law school, I received the J.G. McLeod Scholarship in Family Law, the Brad Hodgson Civil Litigation Award, the Paul Bradley Prize in Real Estate Law, and was also on the Dean’s Honour List. I also obtained Certificates in Mediation and Negotiation. I was also actively involved in Community Legal Services as the Head Student Supervisor, the Dispute Resolution Centre as the Assistant Student Coordinator, and the Family Law Project through Pro Bono Students Canada.
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Special Experience, Training and/or Skills