Stephanie L. Feld Whitby Family Lawyer
Whitby family lawyer Stephanie Feld is a passionate and dedicated legal advocate who always strives to resolve client disputes—whether child support, spousal support, or division of family property—in the most efficient manner possible. Whitby divorce lawyer Stephanie works diligently to pursue and create unique, fair, and final, settlements for clients in Whitby, Ajax, Pickering, Oshawa, Bowmanville, and Courtice in Durham Region. She is also able to represent clients with cases in Toronto, Newmarket, Peterborough, Lindsay and Cobourg.
However, Stephanie also understands that settlement does not work for every family law case; and accordingly, Stephanie is an effective and zealous advocate in the courtroom when it is necessary to argue for the rights of her clients in front of a family law judge.
Whether solving disputes by negotiation or litigation, Whitby family lawyer Stephanie Feld always ensures the approach is centered on the individual needs of each client. Stephanie understands that navigating the legal system is often difficult, frustrating, and emotionally draining for clients. As a family lawyer, Stephanie sets herself apart by being available to answer questions from clients in plain English and by being an honest supporter for the cause of each client.
Whitby Wills lawyer, Whitby Power of Attorney lawyer
Stephanie is also experienced in creating Henson Trusts, drafting Wills and Powers of Attorney, to ensure that the wishes of clients are met after death and that surviving family members of each client are protected. When necessary, Stephanie can draft emergency Wills and Powers of Attorney and attend at hospitals or nursing homes (by Zoom, during the pandemic) to ensure that the job gets done.
After practicing law in Saskatchewan for nearly two years, Stephanie decided to return home to the Greater Toronto Area to continue family law and estate law practice in the Durham Region area.
Stephanie attended Western University Law School in London, Ontario, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2017 and the Saskatchewan Bar in 2018.