At first glance, family law and strata law may not appear to have much crossover. In reality, they both deal with the things closest to people’s hearts – their relationships, families and homes. Sarah finds this intersection of law to be fulfilling and compelling. She is passionate about helping our clients resolve their legal challenges so they can move forward with their lives.
Sarah uses compassion, patience and tact to help our clients as they navigate through unfamiliar legal territory. She takes the time to understand what is most important to each individual and why they feel that way. For our family law clients, she helps them structure their affairs as they enter relationships and seamlessly disentangle their lives as they exit relationships. For strata corporations and property managers, she is committed to finding progressive solutions to everyday disputes.
|Cohabitation, separation and marriage agreements||Litigation matters|
Strata Property Services
|Reviewing and drafting bylaws and resolutions||Attending annual and special general meetings|
|Providing advice in relation to strata governance||Representing and helping in Civil Resolution Tribunal matters|
|Assisting with bylaw enforcement proceedings: levying fines, council hearings, evictions of owners and tenants||Assisting in Strata Collections: fees, fines, special levies, deductibles and chargebacks|
|Defending and prosecuting claims involving strata corporations|
While pursuing her Juris Doctor (JD) degree, Sarah simultaneously completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. This qualification enables her to take a structured, business-oriented approach to issues and demonstrates her disciplined work ethic. She honed her creative problem-solving skills while earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance.
Sarah is a confident, composed and energetic advocate as she helps clients advance towards a fair result. She is motivated by the opportunity to create a meaningful impact and a sense of direction in their lives.Download PDF