Bar Admission 2014
Law degree, Université Laval (LLB)
Her practice focuses on family law and youth protection. A Quebec City lawyer, Leta also represents individuals and businesses in civil litigation, especially in insurance and construction law.
Leta represents individuals and SMEs in all jurisdictions, including the Court of Québec, the Superior Court and the Court of Appeal, both in English and in French.
She is administrator of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Quebec, President of the Board of Directors of the Rouge et Or Rugby Club of Laval University and she participated in the Women's Leadership program presented by the Quebec Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Bilingual, attentive and looking for solutions, she is respectful of the children’s best interest in cases of family law and youth issues.
- Civil Litigation
- Construction Law
- Family Law
- Insurance Law
- Youth Law
I practice law as a doctor practices medicine, to help and accompany my clients in difficult times. In search of long-term solutions, I prioritize transparency, humanity and objectivity.
Social involvement is a value instilled in my high school's International Studies Program (IEP). Since then, I have been trying to give back to my community and that's why I'm still involved in the management of the Rouge et Or Rugby Club from Laval University. This cause is important to me because I also benefited from the coaching of this high-level women's sports program as a student-athlete. Accompanying these young women in their quest for academic and athletic success is a privilege. Today, the club has grown and offers the same quality of monitoring to young players aged 5 to 18 years.
Bankruptcy and Insolvency
End of controversy over section 243 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
The court of appeal ends controversy in connection with the appointment of a receiver under section 243 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.
Business, Commercial and Corporate
Amendments to the Act Respecting the Legal Publicity of Enterprises - Corporate Transparency at the Heart of Priorities
Amendments to the Act Respecting the Legal Publicity of Enterprises aimed at promoting corporate transparency and the reliability of the information presented which came into force on March 17th, 2020.
Changes to Travel Restrictions for Immediate Family Members of Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a new announcement on June 8th, 2020, regarding the reunification of Canadian citizens and permanent residents as well as their immediate families.
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