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I was fortunate enough to join the Aitken Robertson team in 2015, and from there I became a licensed paralegal and continue to complete dual duties as the assistant to Dan Lemaire as well. Primarily working out of the tri-counties which consist of Peterborough, Lindsay and Cobourg, my priority is to make this daunting experience just a little bit easier for each client. From the initial retainer I deal with the clients in organizing their paperwork, requesting disclosure from the Crown Attorney and often explaining the process from start to finish.
My organization skills have always been of great benefit with this firm and especially when it comes to getting to know each client individually. When it comes to paralegal work, I can translate my same skills to assist in effectively and quickly resolving your Provincial offence matters with the best possible outcome whether it be a simple speeding ticket or a more serious matter of Careless Driving or Distracted Driving which may require a Charter application and multiple days of trial. My interest in the law translates to all aspects of the Provincial Offences Act Court and I’m more than happy to discuss them with you.
When I am not dedicating my time to our clients, I like to spend time with my friends and family, play board games and binge watch the latest Netflix reality show or documentary. I also enjoy baking and will spend hours in the kitchen preparing delicious snacks for my loved ones.