A founding partner of Christen Seaton Burrison Hudani LLP Alexandra has extensive expertise as a trial lawyer on all
issues in family law. She has a special interest and sensitivity in dealing with issues involving children. She
particularly enjoys the challenge of tracing assets and income in order to ensure appropriate levels of support and
property division in complex matters.
Over her 30+ years of practice, Alexandra has developed strong and unique problem solving approaches to lasting resolutions. She utilizes all manner of dispute resolution. Her court work provides a strong backdrop for assisting and molding final resolutions for parties. Alexandra is cognizant of the damage that can be done from the ongoing conflict arising from familial disputes. Her mantra to all clients it to try to resolve matters sooner than later for the sake of the family unit.
She works in a team approach with a long term assistant, Melanie Filiatrault, as well as with her exceptional colleagues and support team. By this team approach she ensures that your matter is dealt with in a timely and cost efficient manner.
Alexandra has litigated at every level of the Ontario Courts on all issues of family law. She graduated from the University of Ottawa (Common Law) in 1987 and was admitted to the Bar in 1989. She has a B.A. (Hons) from the University of Alberta. She spent her early years summering as a gardener at a Canadian Zoo where she was struck by a small train. Her tenacious recovery has served her well in her career.
Alexandra maintains several professional memberships. She has lectured at the Institute for Family Law, the Special Lectures at the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Family Law Bar in Ottawa and has been a facilitator/ presenter for the Family Information Sessions. She has had many reported decisions over the course of her career.
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