Nadia’s experience and unique background in psychology helps her to relate to clients in the most caring, compassionate and empathetic manner. She strives to understand her clients on a personal level and determine their needs and interests. In doing so, she can better assist them with the great trials, tribulations, and immense joys that come along with the challenging job of parenting and the critical and delicate issues for those experiencing separation and divorce. She is dedicated to her clients and assesses the most strategic and appropriate method of resolution for their particular case. She then assists them in the most pragmatic and efficient manner. When necessary, Nadia represents clients throughout the court process.
Nadia has articled and practiced exclusively in family law and has worked in reputable boutique family law firms. Nadia has a particular interest in alternative dispute resolution methods which led her to obtain certification in Collaborative Family Law. She also received a certificate from Riverdale Family Mediation for having completed a power imbalance course in mediation.
Nadia graduated first class with distinction from York University in 2005, after obtaining an Honours degree in science, specializing in psychology. She earned a law degree from Osgoode Hall in 2008. During law school, she served as Duty Counsel for the Community Legal Aid and Services Program. She was also awarded the Albert Weisbrot Q.C. Family Law Scholarship for having obtained a high standing in her family law course. Nadia was called to the Ontario Bar in 2009.