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As Covid-19 continues to affect everyday life in Ontario, our firm remains open for business. In order to combat the spread of this virus, we are working remotely. We are temporarily not meeting with clients in person but our lawyers are working offsite; we are using telephone and other electronic means to work with our clients and to conduct initial consultations. Even though the courts are closed to all but urgent matters, we continue to do everything we can do to advance cases and obtain the best results that we can for our clients.

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Since his call, Christopher has practiced exclusively in the area of family law, and is well versed in all issues arising from separation and divorce. Prior to joining Radley Family Law in 2017, Christopher was an Associate at a boutique family law firm in downtown Toronto. Christopher strives to assist individuals facing separation and divorce to reach a fair and equitable resolution in a cost-efficient manner. However, he also understands when court intervention is necessary, and is experienced representing persons in both the Ontario Court of Justice and Superior Court of Justice.

In his spare time, Christopher enjoys sports, and all things wine-related.

Christopher obtained his Juris Doctor from the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University in 2013, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2014 after he completed his articles at the Civil Remedies for Illicit Activities Office with the Ministry of the Attorney General.

  • Ontario Bar Association

Reported Cases

Since his call, Christopher has practiced exclusively in the area of family law, and is well versed in all issues arising from separation and divorce. Prior to joining Radley Family Law in 2017, Christopher was an Associate at a boutique family law firm in downtown Toronto. Christopher strives to assist individuals facing separation and divorce to reach a fair and equitable resolution in a cost-efficient manner. However, he also understands when court intervention is necessary, and is experienced representing persons in both the Ontario Court of Justice and Superior Court of Justice.

In his spare time, Christopher enjoys sports, and all things wine-related.

Christopher obtained his Juris Doctor from the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University in 2013, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2014 after he completed his articles at the Civil Remedies for Illicit Activities Office with the Ministry of the Attorney General.

  • Ontario Bar Association

Reported Cases

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