Lori came to the practice of family law with a background in social sciences and understands the complex dynamics that families experience at the time of separation. Her focus is on assisting families with the transition from a traditional (or nuclear) structure to one that is modular (flexible in structure and arrangement). Lori has helped many families to make this transition while maintaining the ability to communicate and share the ongoing joys and responsibilities of co-parenting.
Lori has practiced family law exclusively since 1997. Prior, she did personal injury work and general civil litigation.
As a busy mother of three, Lori knows firsthand the pleasures and demands of family life.
Lori is a member of the Law Society of Manitoba, the Canadian Bar Association, Collaborative Practice Manitoba and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.