Tabitha Davis, Law Clerk


When Hague Convention Intersects with Domestic Law

When a return application is brought in Ontario following a child's abduction, the court must determine whether to proceed under the Hague Convention of Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (Hague Convention) or s. 40 of the Children's Law Reform Act. Although similar in many respects, the two applications have fundamental differences... Read more

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Kristy Maurina B.A. (Hons), LL.B.


Kristy's practice includes all areas of Family Law, with commitment to achieving the best possible results for her clients through the family court process or alternatives to litigation.

Family Law Practitioner

  • Double Honours B.A., with Distinction, at the University of Windsor; LL.B. at Osgoode Hall Law School
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario in 2007
  • Developed her interest in Family Law, gained invaluable litigation experience and developed strong advocacy and negotiation skills while working for a downtown Toronto litigation boutique
  • Argued at numerous levels of court in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal
  • Successfully represented her client in an eight day precedent setting hearing before the Law Society of Upper Canada Hearing Panel

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