Kristin Whitley is a Partner at Epstein Cole. She was called to the Bar in 2004 after articling at Epstein Cole.
She practices exclusively in all areas of family law, including negotiating and drafting marriage contracts and adoptions. Kristin represents clients in court and in all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution. She is also trained in Collaborative Family Law (levels 1 and 2).
Kristin has authored and researched various academic papers on a variety of family law issues including pensions, marriage contracts, the tax implications of divorce, support for adult children, parenting plans for young children, parental alienation, and property division. Kristin co-authored a chapter in a recent publication on property rights and obligations under the Family Law Act.
Kristin is committed to Continuing Legal Education, within Epstein Cole and in the legal community. Kristin regularly teaches the Family Law section of a Bar Admissions Preparation Course through the University of Toronto.
Kristin is a results driven advocate, but is, at all times, cognizant of the impact of separation and divorce on families.
- Ontario Bar Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- Collaborative Practice Toronto
- Called to the Bar of Ontario (2004)
- LL.B. from Queen's University, Faculty of Law (2003)
- B.A. (Political Science) from Queen's University (2000)
- Proud supporter of Pro Bono Students Canada