Beth attended Western University for both her undergraduate and law degree and remained in the London area. She was called to the bar in 1988 and has practised exclusively in the area of family law since 1994.
In an effort to make family law less stressful for both herself and her clients, Beth has supported and promoted alternate dispute resolution for many years. The court process has a negative impact on litigants both emotionally and financially.
Collaborative law allows clients to control their own process and to keep their personal and financial information private. Both lawyers and clients work together to find creative solutions to assist both parties to achieve their personal goals. Everyone involved in the process is committed to obtaining a timely resolution of all issues.
Beth has been involved with Collaborative Family Law (London & Middlesex) since the group began over 20 years ago, serving in various capacities including Vice- Chair and Chair. Beth has taken collaborative law training on basic, advance and interdisciplinary levels.
Beth is also an accredited mediator with the Ontario Association of Family Mediators and a Family Arbitrator.
Barrister and Solicitor
106-200 Queens Avenue
The lawyers in the Collaborative Family Law Group of London and Middlesex are a specially trained subsection of the Middlesex Family Law Association.