We bring strategic thinking and compassion to family law.
We understand that a separation or divorce is a major life change that can be emotionally challenging. We are here to guide you through the complexities.
Nathalie Boutet is a family law lawyer, accredited mediator and Family Enterprise Advisor™ specializing in Collaborative Divorce law, out-of-court negotiation and Family Mediation to help families, business owners, executives and professionals achieve fair and cost-effective resolutions to their separation.
“As we went through the separation process it became clear that Nathalie was not only highly skilled, but also sensitive, empathetic and humane. She was a tough and direct advocate, yet patient, reasonable and diplomatic.”
“She was able to communicate the direction to make the path clear to me, and she identifies areas of uncertainty even before they were revealed in the process. Knowing where you’re going (and why) saved time and (more importantly) a lot of emotions.”
“She is fair, thorough, creative, organized, has a calming effect and when required a sense of humour. Nathalie’s process and personal attributes helped reduce stress and tension which created a productive and business-like environment and yielded a relatively quick settlement.”
Ontario Association for Family Mediation’s (OAFM) provides training, accreditation and oversight to members offering family mediation services. OAFM assists the public to access inclusive services including mediated divorce, promotes creative and sustainable solutions to conflicts or challenges to empower individuals and families through self-determination.
Family Enterprise AdvisorTM
Future growth of the Canadian economy is dependent on the strength and success of a vibrant family enterprise community. Family Enterprise Canada supports, nurtures, and provides a unified voice to this vital sector, while providing enterprising families and designated Family Enterprise Advisors (FEAs) the opportunity to be part of a dynamic, thriving community.
Advanced Collaborative Professional
The OACP represents collaborative practice groups across Ontario. The purpose is to share knowledge about collaborative divorce with the public, to train and support collaborative professionals in the legal, financial and family community, and to grow awareness of the benefits of the collaborative divorce process.