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Wendy A. Lloyd - Family Lawyer

Wendy A. Lloyd - Partner

Education

  • University of Ottawa, Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (2005)
  • Michigan State University, Juris Doctor (J.D.) (2005)
  • Carleton University, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with a major in Law and Sociology

Professional Memberships

  • Collaborative Practice Durham Region
  • Ontario Collaborative Law Federation
  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Durham Region Law Association

Wendy has focused her skills exclusively in all areas of family law including divorce, custody, access, child support, spousal support, and property. This allows Wendy to provide her clients with the information they need to understand the legal issues, as well as the opportunities and options available to them when entering a relationship, in the event of separation and for the future.

As a former Board member of Collaborative Practice Durham Region (CPDR), Wendy uses her extensive training as a Collaborative Lawyer to help her clients settle their matter in a manner that will not cause further damage to the family. Wendy combines her legal knowledge, training, as well as access to other expert professionals to assist her clients to reach their goals and find resolutions that will allow them to focus on the future.

When an out of court settlement is not available, Wendy will assist her clients in navigating the complex Family Court system. Wendy believes it is important to provide clients with information to allow them to make informed decisions through each stage of the process and uses her extensive skills to advocate on her client’s behalf.

Outside of the practice of law, Wendy has traveled extensively to places including Hong Kong, Costa Rica, Belize, Panama, Mexico, England, and the Philippines. In addition to travelling, in her spare time, she is an avid billiards player and enjoys spending time with family and friends.

Aleksandra C. Kemper - Family Lawyer Oshawa

Aleksandra C. Kemper - Partner

Education

  • University of Ottawa, Juris Doctor (J.D.) (2011)
  • University of Ottawa, Bachelor of Social Sciences, Honours (B.Soc.Sc. Hons.) (2008) in Criminology with minor in Sociology, summa cum laude

Professional Memberships

  • Collaborative Practice Durham Region - Board Member
  • Ontario Collaborative Law Federation
  • Durham Region Law Association
  • Law Society of Ontario

By providing service to her clients in an empathetic, efficient, and straightforward manner, Aleksandra strives to empower her clients through the separation process, by providing them with the information, skills and support needed to successfully navigate through the next chapter of their lives.

Aleksandra’s clients include individuals who are going through a divorce or separation, including both married and common-law spouses, as well as parents who are seeking advice regarding issues such as custody, access and support. She encourages parties to work towards reaching an agreement out of court by negotiating on their behalf, and is a strong proponent of the Collaborative Family Law process. Where a resolution outside of court is not possible, she represents her clients diligently throughout all stages of the Court process.

Aleksandra also works with clients who wish to strengthen their existing relationships by entering into a marriage contract or cohabitation agreement. These domestic contracts allow couples to focus on their relationship, with the certainty of knowing that any potential conflict would be minimized if the parties separated.

In 2008, Aleksandra graduated with highest distinction from the University of Ottawa, receiving a Bachelor of Social Sciences with a specialization in Criminology and a minor in Psychology. She obtained her law degree from the University of Ottawa in 2011, and articled with the Federal Department of Justice prior to being called to the Ontario Bar in 2012.

Since that time, Aleksandra has practiced exclusively in the area of Family Law, and is experienced in all aspects of family law, including custody and access, support issues, including matters with the Family Responsibility Office, and property issues.

Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, baking, and staying physically active.

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Jaspreet Pannu (JP) - Associate Lawyer

Education

  • Ryerson University - Law Practice Program (2017)
  • Osgoode Hall Law School National Committee on Accreditation Exam Course (2016)
  • University of Leicester, Bachelors of Laws (LL.B.) (2015)
  • University of Guelph, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Honours with Major in Applied Science in Justice Studies (2013)
  • Humber College, Diploma with Minor in Law and Security (2013)

Professional Memberships

  • Durham Region Law Association
  • Law Society of Ontario

Jaspreet Pannu (JP) was called to the bar in June 2018. Since then, Jaspreet has focused his practice on Family Law Litigation. Jaspreet understands the sensitivity of Family Law matters and therefore approaches each client with a high level of compassion. He is an empathetic listener who assists his clients to achieve effective and long-term solutions with respect to their Family Law matter. Jaspreet has successfully represented clients in a broad range of Family Law issues. Jaspreet ensures that his clients are well informed about how the law applies to their matter and ensures to provide practical legal advice. Jaspreet has represented clients with matters in the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice and the Divisional Court. Jaspreet takes pride in being a member of a team of lawyers that zealously advocate for their clients.

As a lawyer who is cognizant of the many barriers surrounding access to justice, Jaspreet is an active pro bono volunteer lawyer at Luke's Place where he provides summary legal advice to women dealing with abuse.

When not practising law, Jaspreet enjoys traveling, partaking in activities that test his athleticism and exploring the GTA’s dining scene.

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Kelsey Osmond - Law Clerk

Education

  • Ontario Tech University, B.A.. (Hons.) (2020)
  • Centennial College - Law Clerk (2018)

Kelsey found a passion for the administrative aspect of law during her undergraduate studies. Communicating with clients, assisting with family law processes, and preparing what may be some of the most important documents individuals may have is something that Kelsey enjoys and takes great pride in doing.

Kelsey graduated from the Law Clerk program at Centennial College in 2018 and proceeded on to graduate from the Legal Studies B.A. (Hons) program at Ontario Tech University in 2020 with highest distinction. No stranger to the family law world, Kelsey strives to be the person clients can rely on for prompt and courteous service beginning with their first phone call.

In her downtime, Kelsey enjoys hanging out with her dog, reading, and enjoying the many hiking trails in Durham and Kawartha Lakes.

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