In 2012, Carrie founded Fairmore Family Law Financial Solutions to offer independent, fact-based financial analytics and settlement insights to individuals and couples working through separation and divorce.
Carrie is a graduate of the University of Toronto as a Psychology Specialist (BSc. Hon.), a master’s candidate in Forensic and Legal Psychology (University of Leicester, UK), and holds a Graduate Certificate in Court and Tribunal work. Carrie is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) and has Level I and II Collaborative Family Law certification. Carrie has taught statistics, research methodologies and psychology at college and university levels. Carrie has been developing education programs focused on legal, individual and financial engagement of those people within the Family Law system for over a decade. Carrie co-authored the presentation for “Saving the Golden Goose – How collaborative practice can have family business thrive and survive divorce” and The Runaway Train – Pulling Litigation into Collaborative. Carrie has presented at the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario Annual Conference; Since 2018 the IACP (International Academy of Collaborative Professionals) annual conference. Carrie is a co-trainer for Collaborative Training in Canada and the United States. Carrie is a member of the Law Society of Ontario holding a Paralegal License, a member of the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA), and National Association of Divorce Professional (U.S.A.) (NADP). Carrie serves on the Board of Directors of York Collaborative Practice and Durham Collaborative Practice.