Bar Admission 2003
Law degree, Université Laval (LLB)
A Sherbrooke lawyer, Anne-Marie completed her law studies at the Université Laval before joining the Estrie region for her studies at the École du Barreau de Sherbrooke. Having accumulated more than 17 years of practice in several fields of law, Anne-Marie has since concentrated her career in family and civil law.
She has appeared on numerous occasions before various civil courts and administrative authorities, participated in dispute resolution processes and carried out several complex files.
Anne-Marie is recognized primarily for her integrity, efficiency and rigor. She places the interests of her clients at the heart of her concerns. Anne-Marie's main objective is always to find alternative solutions to a disputed hearing and to find a fair and equitable basis for each, Anne-Marie sets her bar to negotiation, a process in which she stands out. She ensures that her clients are given a fair and accurate picture of the situation, and works with them to properly orient their files.
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Civil Litigation
- Family Law
- Inheritance Law
- Insurance Law
- Latent Defects
- Matrimonial Litigation
- Protection Mandates
A relationship breakdown results in a lot of repercussions for the parties involved, but mainly for the children. I make it my duty to help my clients make the best decisions in order to limit the impacts on them and to find avenues that meet their needs and interests in the long term. In this regard, communication should be prioritized, with a view to restore a functional and even harmonious relationship for the years to come.
I am the President of the Board of Directors of the organization La Maison CALM which offers parents a safe place for supervised access and exchanges and also provides workshops to promote co-parenting and communication as well as a program set up to allow children to express the difficulties they encounter.
Labour and Employment
Medical Masks Mandatory At All Times in All Quebec Workplaces
Since July 18, 2020, masks or face coverings have been mandatory in all enclosed and partially enclosed public places for anyone over the age of 12 years old in the province of Quebec.
Technology, Intellectual Property and Communications
Canada’s Crack Down on Data Privacy and What This Could Mean for International Business
With many individuals working from home, cyberattacks of all kinds are on the rise.
Labour and Employment
COVID-19 Vaccine: Employee Choice or Employer Requirement?
During a recent press conference, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated that those who wish to be vaccinated against COVID-19, will be able to receive their vaccine by the end of September 2021.
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