Bar Admission 2004
Law degree, Université de Sherbrooke (LLB)
Michèle works mainly in family law, as well as in rights of persons. She also pleads occasionally in civil litigation cases.
With more than 15 years of practice, she has been a litigator in several jurisdictions and has extensive experience in dispute resolution.
Wishing to contribute to the training of our legal succession, Michèle has been teaching at the École du Barreau for several years.
Michèle is an experienced lawyer who is dedicated to the needs of her clientele and serves with constant efficiency and empathy.
- Civil Litigation
- Family Law
- Human Rights
- Inheritance Law
I have pleaded before several jurisdictions and participated in numerous settlement conferences presided by judges. For me, it is important to be attentive to the needs of my clients and look for the most satisfactory solutions for them.
The support of people in the community is a core value for me. This is why I have been actively involved in various organizations including the Anna Laberge Foundation and the Carrefour Foundation for Elles, wishing to offer all possible support to these communities. Since knowledge is also an important value for me, I became involved in my community of family law lawyers and sit on the Superior Court Liaison Committee on Family Matters.
Family, Person and Successions
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