Meet Hind NooriPrincipal Lawyer
Noori Law was first established in 2018 under the leadership of Hind Noori, the founding lawyer. Hind has been in practice as a lawyer since 2015, specializing in family law only.
Hind went to law school at the University of Alberta. She has an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Dalhousie University and an undergraduate degree in Biology from Brock University.
As the principal lawyer of Noori Law in Etobicoke, Hind is passionate about all areas of Family Law. Her passion in this area shows in her compassionate and meticulous representation of her client’s best interests. Hind believes that every client has a different experience, which produces a unique set of circumstances that may require alternative and nuanced solutions. Hind prides herself with having established a family law practice in Etobicoke that is equally geared towards amicable resolution and successful litigation.
Hind has successfully negotiated settlement for her clients. She has participated in different alternative dispute resolution processes including mediations, arbitrations and various settlement meetings. Hind has also experienced success at the Ontario Court of Justice and Superior Court of Justice while zealously and tenaciously advocating for her clients. Being fluent in Arabic and having practiced in three different jurisdictions are added bonuses!
Hind has a great passion for this field, and she loves helping families restructure their lives. She looks forward to helping them wither the storm to get to the calm.
Noori Law believes in finding quick, effective, and painless solutions in a timely manner. At Noori Law, we care about our clients; they are not just a number to us. We remember every single one of the clients we have serviced to date, can tell the names of their children and the outcome achieved. We don’t go to Court just to go to Court – our strategy is to focus on winning the war, not only the battles along the way.
To us Family Law is not a sprint, it is a marathon.
AREAS OF EXPERTISEWe strive to ensure that our clients have a full understanding of their legal rights and obligations before, during and after their chosen paths.
SEPARATION AND DIVORCE
The breakdown of a marriage can be overwhelming without the legal issues the break-up may create.
COMMON LAW SEPARATION
When you live with your partner in a spousal-like relationship, you may end up creating legal rights and obligations in Ontario.
UNCONTESTED DIVORCE vs. CONTESTED DIVORCE
A contested divorce is a divorce where you and your spouse cannot agree on the terms of your separation.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Mediation and Arbitration
When couples, cannot resolve matters flowing from their separation amongst themselves, they are left with two options.
When you and your spouse reach an agreement, you will need to convert your arrangement into a document that is legally binding and enforceable.
Arguably, the most stressful aspect of separation, where children are involved, is what will happen to the children?
Parenting time, formally known as “access”, is time spent with the children by either parent. Parenting time is usually a point of contention.
Most separations begin with each party obtaining legal representation or agreeing to an alternative dispute resolution process without lawyers.
Child support is the right of the children. It is money paid to cover the expenses of raising the children.
Is money paid by one spouse to the other as financial assistance to ease his/her inability to maintain a standard of living.
If your ex-partner is employed, determining her/his income for the purposes of child or spousal support is relatively straightforward.
DIVISION OF PROPERTY
Whether married or cohabitating, a separation involves couples separating their commingled financial lives and their assets and debts.
If you are experiencing violence, or being threatened with violence, there are ways to protect you and/or your children.
Divorce, common law separation and/or death of a spouse impacts not only the immediate family, but the extended family as well.
A Separation Agreement or Final Order can be varied on consent between the parties or by bringing a Motion to Change in Court in Ontario.