Hardie Law Professional Corporation was established in 2016. We offer solutions for families who are committed to separating with a vision towards peaceful and lasting resolutions.  We focus on collaborative practice in addition to traditional methods for resolving matrimonial matters.

Tracey Hardie is also an accredited mediator with the Ontario Association of Family Mediators, offering mediation services to families experiencing separation and divorce.


I was called to the bar in 2016 and have focused strictly on family law with an emphasis on alternatives to litigation. I graduated Osgoode Hall Law School in 2014 with a strong interest in alternative dispute resolution including negotiation, mediation, and collaborative practice.

During my time at Osgoode Hall, I completed the mediation intensive program, and completed several mediations at small claims court in Toronto as part of my training.

Prior to attending law school, I obtained an Honours degree from the University of Toronto, majoring in Women and Gender Studies and Sociology.

Since 2009, I have lived in the heart of Stouffville with my two children, and in 2017 I remarried welcoming my husband and two stepchildren to the fold.

Many of my clients take comfort in the fact that I have been through separation and divorce personally, and that I bring a part of that personal experience to every client matter.

I am a proud member of the Métis community and embrace my Indigenous heritage.


I offer a free 30 minute telephone or zoom consultation to all new clients. Please use the Contact Us page to send me an appointment request.


I offer a free 30 minute telephone or zoom consultation to all new clients. Please use the Contact Us page to send me an appointment request.

Mediation is an alternative to court focussed dispute resolution that allows separating families to craft an agreement that works for their particular family. Instead of a judge making a decision for your family as to parenting  property and support, mediation allows you, the parties, to craft a lasting agreement together. The role of the mediator is to shape and guide these conversations and to assist with roadblocks as they arise. In most cases, mediation results in an agreement in much less time, for much less money.  The recent changes to the Divorce Act encourage mediation at any point in a litigated matter.
Most importantly, mediation is confidential and private.
I completed my mediation certification and internship in 2018/2019 and I have been assisting families both privately and through court connected services since 2019.
I am a member in good standing with the Ontario Association of Family Mediators.


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