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Called to the Bar in 1990

I grew up in Caledon, Ontario, and have ridden horses since the age of 8.  When I was 14, I developed a partnership with an amazing horse, Count's Best.  We represented Ontario in 4 consecutive Young Riders competitions in the sport of 3-Day Eventing.  In the spring of 1982 we were long-listed for the World Championships held in Luhmuhlen Germany.  While I sold Count's Best, he went on to represent Bermuda in the 1984 Olympic Games.  I continue to ride and compete.

I graduated from the University of Guelph in 1984 with a B.A. in English and Psychology.  I attended the University of Windsor to study law and graduated with an LL.B. in 1988.  I was called to the Bar in 1990.  In 1988-89, I articled with the Office of the Official Guardian under the mentorship of the now Honourable Hugh Atwood, where I assisted on a case that made its way to the Supreme Court of Canada.  I practiced law until 1994, at which time I took a sabbatical from the practice of law to raise three great kids.  During this time, I obtained my MBA from the University of Western Ontario and was Legal Chair to the Canada Pension Plan / Old Age Security Tribunal.

I returned to the practice of law to focus on areas for which I have a passion: collaborative family law, family / divorce law and equine law.  I completed my collaborative family law training in 2015 and I opened an office in Erin, but I have since moved it to Orangeville.  I look forward to meeting and working with you to resolve your legal issue

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