Bar Admission 1990
Law degree, Université McGill (LLB)
Common Law, Université McGill
Social Service Degree, Université Laval
Since 1990, Carolle has been working as a lawyer in family law and rights of persons and is senior counsel.
Carolle is called upon to represent and advise individuals, sometimes children, in family disputes, whether in connection with a separation, a divorce, distribution of joint-held assets or in child custody disputes.
Her practice and years of experience allow her to use her creativity in finding solutions for her clients.
She offers conferences in Europe and in North America on various topics related to the prevention of sectarian aberrations and the representation in court of individuals or children victims of vulnerability abuse.
In addition to her professional life, Carolle is President of the Board of Directors of Info Secte, President of the Board of Directors of Collège Sainte Marcelline and Secretary of the Board of Directors of Étoile de Pacho. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Collaborative Law Group of Quebec.
- Child Custody
- Divorce and Separation
- Family Law
- Human Rights
- Matrimonial Litigation
- Non-Litigious Inheritance Matters
- Youth Law
What motivates me on a daily basis is the belief of making a difference for each client at a difficult time in their lives which could often be chaotic and disruptive. My practice and years of experience have taught me to analyze each situation from several angles or perspectives and share this approach with my clients. For me, every mandate is teamwork in which we often have to review the objectives and sometimes set law aside.
My career has given me the opportunity to do volunteer work in organizations that endorse in a meaningful way, the belief that every child should have the opportunity to develop in the best possible conditions, and in a safe environment where they learn free will, critical thinking and respect for differences.
I am inspired by the generosity, kindness and solidarity that drives the Étoile de Pacho team. This organization offers support and guidance to parents of children with severe disabilities. I am pleased to be Secretary of their Board of Directors.
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