Me Sheri M. Spunt

Sheri Spunt is a partner at Spunt & Carin. Before starting her own firm, Sheri worked at one of Canada’s largest and most distinguished law firms at their Montreal office in their litigation department.

Sheri completed her National Articling for a reputable Montreal family law firm, which is where she developed a passion for family law. However, her experience in corporate commercial law is very practical in application in family law cases. Sheri continues to practice civil law cases as well.

In 2011, Sheri practiced at Canada’s largest and most prestigious family law boutique firm in downtown Toronto. There, she had the opportunity to be mentored from one of Canada’s best family law attorneys, an experience that has truly shaped who she is as a professional.

Upon her return to Montreal, Sheri worked for a reputable civil litigation firm and family law firm.

Sheri has appeared before the Court of Quebec, Superior Court, and the Court of Appeal. Her experience is vast from the different nature of files she has worked on ranging from child custody, parental alienation, spousal support, cases involving the Director of Youth Protection, international family law cases, divorce, legal separation, grandparents rights, civil litigation, civil liability, succession and estates. As a mother herself, she ensures that the best interest of the child is always at the focus of custody cases. She has represented both men and women on an equal ratio.

Sheri brings her bi-jurisdictional experience as well as her strong pedigree to our firm.

She has practiced both civil law in Quebec and common law in Ontario.

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EDUCATION

  • UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
    COMMON LAW, JURIS DOCTOR, 2010
  • UNIVERSITE DE LAVAL
    BACHELOR OF LAW, LL.B, 2008

ACTIVITIES & AFFILIATIONS

  • YOUNG BAR SSOCIATION
  • LORD READING LAW SOCIETY
  • JEM WORKSHOP
  • THE FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE
  • MADA

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • QUEBEC
  • ONTARIO

LANGUAGES

  • FRENCH
  • ENGLISH

PRACTICE AREAS

  • DIVORCE
  • PARTITION OF ASSETS
  • DISSOLUTION OF MATRIMONIAL REGIME
  • PARTITION OF FAMILY PATRIMONY
  • SEPARATION
  • COMMON LAW SEPARATION CHILD SUPPORT
  •  SPOUSAL SUPPORT
  • YOUTH PROTECTION
  • SUCCESSIONS