Practising in association, not partnership
Prior to embarking on her legal career, Shilpa studied at York University where she was enrolled in a concurrent program of study and she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science along with a Bachelor’s degree in Education. After completing her degrees at York, Shilpa worked with the Toronto District School Board assuming an active role in developing and reforming education focused policies.
In 2009 Shilpa earned her LL.B. from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law where she ranked within the top five percent of her class during her second year. While studying in law school, Shilpa dedicated time to the Legal Aid Office of Windsor Law School, working zealously to further her client’s claims for support and social assistance. Her social awareness and commitment to increasing access to justice continue to this day.
Following her graduation from law school, Shilpa articled at a boutique family law firm in York Region and since her call to the Bar has practiced exclusively in the area of family law in Peel Region.
Shilpa practices in all areas of family law, including divorce, custody and access, the division of family property, and support (child and spousal). Shilpa’s ongoing consultation with her clients develops meaningful solutions that are consistent with their needs and expectations. Shilpa is committed to resolving disputes effectively which may include Alternative Dispute Resolution (mediation and mediation/arbitration), consulting financial or parenting professions and she appears in the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Shilpa belongs to the Law Society of Ontario (formerly the Law Society of Upper Canada) and the Peel Law Association.
When she is not working, Shilpa enjoys traveling, reading, watching movies, and most importantly spending time with her family and friends.
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