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As we celebrate Women's History Month

and the countless accomplishments and

contributions of women around the world, it is the perfect opportunity to also embrace the season of renewal and growth that spring brings.

This is a magical time when Mother Nature awakens from her winter slumber, bringing to life vibrant floral colors and warmer temperatures. There is a palpable energy in the air that seems to invigorate our senses and energize our souls, making it a favorite time of year for many, myself included.

Spring also offers a wealth of inspiration as we navigate our personal journeys. Just as it is a season for rejuvenation in nature, it can also serve as the catalyst for growth in our lives. As we celebrate Women's History Month, let us also take heed of the lessons that spring teaches us and commit to continuous growth and development. In doing so, we honor not only the women who have come before us but also our future selves, who will undoubtedly reap the benefits of our earnest dedication to progress. Happy Spring!

Take Care,


Last week we celebrated a special day at our firm! Happy Birthday to Garry! It has been such a pleasure to have such a smart and talented professional in our firm over the past few months. He has already been instrumental in helping resolve numerous cases on behalf of our clients. We are so thankful for the knowledge and experience he brings to the table, as well as the compassion he shows towards each case. He is truly invested in ensuring the best outcomes for our clients, which is why we are so grateful to have him on our team. We have had great success in providing better services for our clients thanks to his contributions and knowledge.

I also want to take this opportunity to express immense gratitude to Claudia, our paralegal, and Asia, our legal assistant. Their hard work and dedication are integral to the success of our firm. From helping coordinate clients' documents and putting together motions, to always being available for questions, their contributions are unparalleled. They embody the mission and values of our family law firm by always providing clients with the attention and respect they deserve.

Happy Birthday, Garry! And thank you Claudia and Asia for your continued commitment and service.

Take care,


Many parents in family law matters are increasingly relying on the courts to resolve their disputes, especially when it comes to custody issues. While the court can be a great tool for resolution in certain cases, there are times when it is not the best solution. This was recently demonstrated by a case I represented in which the court came up with its own custody schedule. All too often, this type of decision-making cannot take into account the best interests of both parents and children. We must remember, the Judge is a third party that does not know all of the unique needs of your family.

As a family law attorney, I understand that having an experienced legal professional as part of your team is important during any kind of dispute climate. However, it's also important to remember that sometimes parents don't need a courtroom setting and formal legal process to achieve their desired outcome or outcome that works better for them and their children. Alternatives to going through trial can include negotiation or mediation between parties before getting to litigation or even seeking counseling or therapy services outside of courtrooms. These methods are often much more successful because they allow parties to work together in order to come up with solutions tailored specifically for them and their situation without relying on potentially inflexible court orders from a third party who does not have complete knowledge about all aspects of the case. This is why I always stress the importance of communication.

While courtroom proceedings may have some value in certain types of family law disputes, it’s important for parents to recognize that there are sometimes other ways forward more suitable for their particular needs and those of their children. Negotiation and mediation provide greater flexibility than simply relying on court decisions alone and can ensure that all parties receive a fair resolution tailored specifically for them without sacrificing time or resources going through expensive trials.

Take care,


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