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Georgina's Team

Denise McCaig, Law Clerk


Diana Duong, Law Clerk

Georgina Carson B.A. (Hons), LL.B.


Georgina Carson is a senior family law lawyer and partner at the Toronto family law firm of MacDonald & Partners LLP. She holds degrees from Queen's University (BA Honours) and the University of Toronto (LLB).

Georgina Carson will be speaking at the Pension and Retirement Assets on Relationship Breakdown: Critical Updates Conference on September 27th, 2019 from 9 am - 4 pm

Leading Family Law Practitioner

Georgina has practiced exclusively in the area of family law since her call to the Ontario Bar in 1991. Georgina's solutions-based approach helps clients resolve complex custody, support, property and tax issues through co-operative negotiation, collaborative law, alternative dispute resolution, and at all levels of court in Ontario.

  • Ranked Leading Family Law Practitioner in Canada’s Legal Lexpert Directory
  • Appointed Dispute Resolution Officer in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Toronto
  • Family Law Member of the Barristers' Advisory Group for the Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Contributing author to Ontario Family Law Practice, Handling a Family Law Matter in Ontario and LexisNexis Practice Advisor; Pensions and Family Law
  • Former Chair, Family Law Executive of the Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, Collaborative Practice Toronto
  • Former Editor of the Ontario Bar Association's family law newsletter: Matrimonial Affairs
  • Former panel lawyer for the Office of the Children's Lawyer
  • Executive editor of The Law Society of Upper Canada's Separation Agreement Annotated
  • Frequent speaker, author and instructor at legal education programs through the Advocates' Society, The Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association and Osgoode Professional Development Centre