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Rebekah Schultz

What my clients say

"Thank you so much for this. I truly appreciated all the work, time and effort you put into my case as well as the guidance all through the process."

Rebekah Schultz

What my clients say

"Thank you so much for this. I truly appreciated all the work, time and effort you put into my case as well as the guidance all through the process."

Rebekah
Schultz
Lawyer
Rebekah
Schultz

Rebekah Schultz is an associate in our Family Law group.

Her practice encompasses a wide range of family law issues, including custody and access, child and spousal support and property issues.

Rebekah is a graduate of the University of Ottawa, where she completed her undergraduate degree and law degree. Prior to joining Nelligan O’Brien Payne as an Associate, Rebekah practiced family law at a well-respected Bay Street firm in downtown Toronto.

Rebekah’s aim is to ensure that her client’s voices and opinions are heard, while remaining pragmatic. She enjoys the personal connection of family law and prides herself on her diligence and thoroughness.

Outside of the office, Rebekah enjoys hiking (particularly with her dog), yoga, barre and dance classes. She is also enjoys reading autobiographies, trying new restaurants and travelling any chance she can.

 

Education & Professional Associations
  • Call to Ontario Bar
  • Juris Doctor, University of Ottawa
  • Honours Bachelor of Social Science, Major in Criminology, Minor in Sociology, University of Ottawa

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