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HARDIE LAW PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
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 collaborative practice. I graduated Osgoode Hall Law School in 2014 with a strong interest in alternative dispute resolution including negotiation, mediation and collaboration. During my time at Osgoode, I completed the mediation intensive program and the child protection externship.
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 we recently welcomed my partner and his two children to the family. I am a proud member of the Métis community and embrace my Aboriginal roots.
York Collaborative Practice
Is a group of lawyers, financial professionals and mental health practitioners who are committed to assisting separating couples to resolve their family law disputes a better way.
Family Mediation in Ontario
Since 1982, the OAFM has offered Ontario’s families a better way. We accredit and support mediators in Ontario to promote family mediation as the first choice for families in conflict.
Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General
What you should know about family law. It contains information about the laws that may affect you if you separate. These issues include the care and support of your children, support for you ...
Collaborative Practice Toronto
With a unique problem solving approach, Collaborative Practice allows divorcing and separating couples to put family first and reach creative resolutions without stepping foot in a courtroom.