Chambre des notaires du Québec 2008
Law degree, Université du Québec à Montréal
Graduate Diploma in notarial law, Université de Sherbrooke
Isabelle began practicing as a notary 8 years ago after practicing for almost 8 years as a lawyer. Having always searched for solutions to prevent litigation and avoid disputes, this career change was a natural progression for Isabelle.
Before joining the firm, Isabelle ran her own notary practice and she continues to use the same personal approach with her clients and, above all, continues to make her clients’ needs her priority. Isabelle shares the values of the firm, making her a natural fit with our team.
Isabelle practices notarial law, mostly by providing services for individuals. For example, in matters relating to purchasing real estate and refinancing, wills, mandates in case of incapacity, estate planning, marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements.
Due to her warm and empathetic nature, Isabelle is a professional who knows how to provide her clients with an experience that is sure to exceed their expectations.
- Estate Planning
- Inter Vivos Trust
- Protection Mandates
- Real Estate Financing
- Real Estate Law
- Residential Financing
- Testamentary Trust
- Wills Planning
On a daily basis, my practice focuses primarily on notarial law affecting particulars. I help clients facing difficult decisions, such as when buying a home, planning their estate or setting up a mandate in case of incapacity. I find it, therefore, very important to be accessible and attentive to my clients’ needs.
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