To become a Notary, I first obtained my law degree from the University of Montréal in 2008. Following my law degree, I obtained my graduate diploma in Notarial Studies. I then completed a mandatory 8 month internship in order to be sworn in as a Notary on March 1st, 2010.
I started my career by practicing in the city of Laval within the study of Me André Dufresne, a renowned Notary in the area who had been practicing for more than 30 years at the time! A few years later, in January 2012, I took a leap and decided to leave my position to become self-employed and start my own practice in Montréal. It was not an easy decision and I had a lot of hard work ahead of me but I do not regret anything!
I’ve had my office on Côte-des-Neiges since January 2012 and my client base grows every year. I try to give an impeccable service while giving out simple tips and tricks to my clients.
As a Notary, I am sworn to an ethical code of conduct. I am also subject to the Professional Code (of Québec). The Chambre des notaires des Québec also imposes a strict set of rules and regulations to all Notaries – these include mandatory professional training and continuing education hours every year to make sure that your Notary maintains his/her knowledge fresh and up to date!