Bar Admission 2016
Law degree, Université Laval (LLB)
A Quebec City lawyer, Gabrielle practices mainly in family law and civil litigation. As a litigator, she has pleaded before several courts in Quebec, up to the Court of Appeal.
Determined and always looking for practical solutions for her clients, Gabrielle pleads with rigor and passion.
She is a runner in her spare time and in the past she has also participated in triathlons. She approaches her trials like her competitions with a combination of meticulous preparation and unparalleled determination!
Gabrielle is also trilingual, fluent in English and Russian.
She is appreciated for her human approach, her empathy, her professionalism and her enthusiasm.
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Civil and Professional Code
- Civil Litigation
- Divorce and Separation
- Family Law
- Matrimonial Litigation
- Parental Authority
- Recognition and Contestation of Paternity
- Youth Law
Each mandate is an opportunity for me to team up with my clients, to advise them well in often difficult situations in order to find the best solutions for them.
I take it to heart to accompany my clients throughout the judicial process and during settlement negotiations, always keeping in mind their objectives and the accessibility of justice, while being creative in the search for solutions.
Finally, I believe that it is possible to have a successful divorce or separation, if not a successful marriage or life together, when properly accompanied!
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Immigration and International Mobility
Business Travel and COVID-19 Restrictions
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