Monica practices exclusively Family Law, with an emphasis on Collaborative Law and negotiated settlements.
By choosing the Collaborative Law Process, Monica has seen time and again the benefits to her clients and their children. Collaborative Law involves a paradigm shift for everyone involved—moving away from an adversarial model to an interest based, child-focused and team supported process. While a separation and divorce may be the end of a spousal relationship, it is usually not the end of the relationship altogether, particularly when the parties have children together. Collaborative Law helps individuals to move forward from the separation, on to the next stage of their lives, in a way that is transformative, rather than destructive.
Monica earned her law degree from the University of San Francisco and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1995. She was called to the bar in Ontario in 2006.”