Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson
A graduate of Windsor Law, Anna-Marie started her career in law in 2002 and brings over 20 years of experience with her. She started through litigating at a prominent national Bay Street law firm and moved up to senior partner. After spending years litigating cases in court, Anna-Marie identified that this process was dated, expensive, and unnecessary – there’s no need for many family cases to go to court. It was this realization that led Anna-Marie to create a different kind of Firm , leveraging her wealth of knowledge and experience in solving issues without involving the court.
She has a passion for innovative, out-of-the-box problem solving and not only is able to help her clients as a lawyer but also as a strategic advisor. Her big picture thinking allows her clients to move forward in their lives.
Sheena Naidoo - Senior Counsel
Sheena has spent the last 10 years of her career litigating, negotiating and resolving family law matters in the Waterloo Region.
Recognizing the challenges of an adversarial Court system and shortcomings of traditionally aggressive negotiations, Sheena is now focusing on alternatives as better means to help clients and their families through the turmoil of separation. Regardless of the process, Sheena always welcomes the opportunity to engage in creative problem solving while supporting clients with reliable legal advice as they work to resolve their issues.
Sheena graduated from McMaster University in 2007, receiving her Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Peace Studies and Philosophy and continued on to Queen’s University, where she received her Juris Doctor in 2010. She articled in Toronto at a boutique family law firm before being called to the Ontario Bar in 2011.
Sheena can be reached at email@example.com.
Lawyer Roger Macintosh
Roger always had a passion for music, so he attended the University of Western Ontario to pursue a degree in Music with a specialty in percussion. After receiving his teaching degree from the University of Toronto, Roger taught private music lessons before travelling to England to teach middle and high school for 2 years. Roger’s years teaching gave him deep insight into the difficulties that children faced resulting from family conflict, which sparked his interest in pursuing law.
Once back in Canada, Roger taught for one more year before attending Osgoode to study law. After being called to the bar in June of 2016, Roger focused his practice on Family and Real Estate Law, giving him experience with both child and property related issues. Roger understands the weight that litigation puts on clients and always seeks to resolve matters in a way that helps clients feel heard, while also seeking unique solutions to problems.
Roger is also a member of the Canadian Armed Forces Reserves, serving as a Bombardier with the 11th Field Artillery, 29 Battery in Guelph. When not working, Roger likes to spend time with his family, practice music by jamming with his friends, or training in Muay Thai and Boxing.
Roger can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.