Approach to Family Law
Farah is aware that it is always beneficial to resolve cases outside of Court where possible and is motivated to negotiate settlements in an amicable and cost-effective manner for her clients.
Her approach to family law is strategic, while also being reasonable and empathetic to the needs of the clients she supports. Farah has a strong interest in collaborative practice and utilizing these tools to reach an effective resolution.
Being aware of the emotional impacts of family law cases, Farah is motivated to assist her clients in making positive new beginnings while maintaining effective family relationships.
Education and Experience
Farah has been practicing family law exclusively since she was called to the Ontario Bar in 2012. Before going to law school, Farah graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. She completed her law degree at the University of Toronto. While in law school, Farah was a research assistant, volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and prepared case summaries for the University of Toronto’s Law Faculty of Law Review publication.
Before joining Galbraith Family Law, Farah worked at a prominent boutique family law firm in Toronto.
In her free time, Farah enjoys spending time with her sons, exploring parks and scenic trails around the city.