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Nathalie Boutet is now a certified Advanced Collaborative Professional

I am pleased to announce my new designation as an Advanced Collaborative Professional. The Ontario Association of Collaborative Professionals established the Advanced Collaborative Professional designation in order to recognize the professional commitment to the community and advanced skill level. The

A Web Portal to Understand Family Rights – Boutet on CBC (French)

Nathalie was interviewed by the CBC to warmly welcome the launch of the Ryerson University Legal Innovation Zone’s groundbreaking Family Law Portal, a free online service helping Ontario families involved in separation or divorce better understand their rights, their responsibilities,

Nathalie Boutet at the Investors Group T.A.D. Education Session

The Toronto Area Regional and Division Directors are pleased to present: “Divorce Law and Wealth Protection” Nathalie Boutet, LLBBoutet Family Law

Nathalie Boutet as Key Note Speaker at Kawartha Collaborative Law Association

Nathalie Boutet will be a keynote speaker at the Kawartha Collaborative Law Association with Jane Southren. Together they will be speaking about understanding the brain and science to better understand and serve your clients, and how to energize your collaborative

Neuroscience and Behavioural Economics for Legal Practitioners

AGENDA: 9:00am-9:10am – Welcome and Opening Remarks (Jane Southren, Jane Southren Consulting) 9:10am-10:25am – Behavioural Economics 101- Management and Communication Strategies for Law and Business (Michael Sherman, BA, JD, MBA, President, Brainthinks) 10:25am-10:40am – ​Coffee and Networking Break 10:40am-11:55am- The

Nathalie Boutet is the Keynote Speaker At the IDFA 2017 Canadian Series Conference

The IDFA 2017 Canadian Series Conference brings together the divorce community for 2.5 days of networking and continuing education with a lineup of experts in the field. Nathalie Boutet will be the keynote speaker at this event, speaking on the

Navigating Changing Circumstances

Robin Dodokin and Bev Moir are pleased to invite you to an inspiring event given by women, for women in transition. Delivered by experts in their respective fields, our speakers will start the conversation around best practices of how to

Nathalie Boutet at Conference Board of Canada

Nathalie Boutet helped business leaders learn from the “tremendous change” of divorce at the recent two-day Change Management 2016 conference (May 4 and 5) held by the Conference Board of Canada. The conference also featured speakers from health-care and business sectors

Managing Divorce – Boutet on 680 News

Nathalie Boutet on 680 News with advice on managing the difficult transition of divorce.

Nathalie Boutet to speak at Osgoode LLM course

On Oct. 20, Toronto family lawyer Nathalie Boutet will share her expertise on “The Neuroscience of Conflict” with LLM students at Osgoode Hall Law School. Boutet, a pioneer in the field of Neuro Family Law — the integration of the science

Collaborative Practice Durham Region Event: Annual General Meeting

With her law degree, a non-court family law practice and a certificate in Neuro- Awareness, Nathalie Boutet is a passionate and perpetual student of life. Come hear her energizing and transformative vision of what makes teams succeed and practitioners thrive.

Nathalie Boutet received Accreditation status from Ontario Association of Family Mediators

Toronto family lawyer Nathalie Boutet has been awarded the title of Accredited Family Mediator (AccFM) by the Ontario Association of Family Mediators (OAFM). This designation is sanctioned by the Ontario provincial government. According to OAFM, family mediators have the expertise

Can Divorce be Fair – Nathalie Boutet on Divorce Source Radio

Nathalie Boutet was featured on Divorce Source Radio discussing Can Divorce be Fair. You can hear the interview on the Divorce Source Radio page at:

Fall Family Law Seminar Series

We would like to invite you to attend the Fall Family Law Series at Boutet Family Law. Date and Time October 11th, 2012 from 1pm-2pm Location 20 Queen Street West, Suite 3300, Toronto, Ontario Agenda 1pm-2pm: Family Business: How to

Nathalie Boutet featured in both The Montreal Gazette and the Victoria & Vancouver Island News

By Denise Deveau, Postmedia News Family law a ‘people’ profession Soft skills such as empathy and patience go hand in hand with familiarity of many aspects of the legal practice Nathalie Boutet became a family lawyer because she enjoys helping

Canada’s Top Business Women: Nathalie Boutet – by Women’s Post Magazine

Canada’s Top Businesswomen: Nathalie Boutet   written by: Sarah Lambert   Editor-in-Chief at Women’s Post and blogs at Nathalie Boutet, Family Law Mediator and Collaborative Negotiator & Solicitors and Co-Founder of NEXT Ltd. Growing up, Nathalie Boutet thought she

Nathalie Boutet Inspires Italian Collaborative Law Development

Nathalie Boutet is one of Canada’s most renowned Collaborative Law Lawyers. Mara Mazzara, a law student in Europe who recently completed one of Nathalie’s’ courses on Collaborative Law, dedicated her Masters of Law thesis to Nathalie, as Nathalie exemplifies what

The Neuro Family Law Institute

The Neuro Family Law Institute website is online and we invite you to visit and get involved. You can view the website at   Vision and Mission of the Neuro Family Law Institute Vision: The Neuro Family Law Institute will transform

The Neuro Family Law Conference Was a Hit!

We would like to take a moment to thank all of those who attended the first ever Neuro Family Law Conference. We would also like to thank Dr. Linda Page for sharing her knowledge of how the brain works and

The Cost of Litigation in Toronto – Litigation Costs Arising from Divorce Disputes in Toronto are on the Rise

People in divorce disputes end up ruined by the cost of litigation  because they fall into typical pitfalls: Conflict generates a sense of self- absorption: compared with before, each party becomes more focused on self alone, more protective of self

Nathalie Boutet Speaking at the NEXT Event in November 2011

Nathalie Boutet – Principal at Boutet Family Law (Mediation, Collaborative and Family Law) and co-founder of NEXT speaking at the NEXT event in November of 2011.

Collaborative Family Law And Divorce Mediation Are Essential to Protecting Your Children During A Divorce

Parents who separate impose a tremendous change to their children’s core foundation. For divorce kids, statistics are clear that while some will eventually benefit from seeing their parents flourish in new relationships, several divorce kids will be affected by the

Mediation in Ontario and Collaborative Family Law in Ontario – How are they different?

Family law in Ontario is complex and families should seek legal advice before deciding what system of family law in Ontario they wish to use. The choices are: negotiation between spouses; collaborative family law; family law mediation; traditional negotiation (this

The Family Law Breakfast Club

For people who are separating Presented by Nathalie Boutet, Collaborative Law Lawyer at Basman Smith We are very excited to announce The Family Law Breakfast Club Seminar Series! With 3 rewarding seminars to chose from, participants will receive lots of

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