Called to the Ontario bar in 1991
Nathalie Boutet is an experienced family law lawyer, accredited mediator, and certified Family Enterprise Advisor™ skilled at providing unique strategies and out-of-court results to the complex legal, financial and human matters related to separation or divorce for high-net-worth families and business owners.
Before starting her own practice in 2012, Nathalie was a partner at one of Canada’s leading family law firms. Committed to the practices of out-of-court negotiation and Collaborative Law, she is among a handful on the “go-to” list in Ontario for businesses and family-owned enterprises.
Nathalie is a pioneer in the field of Neuro Family Law©; the integration of law with the science of the brain and the psychology of negotiation. She helps legal professionals better understand and work with their clients to enable a less painful experience for separating families.
Being a co-founder of a separate business start up with her spouse, Nathalie understands all aspects of owning a business, various share structures and corporate financing.
A popular public speaker and subject matter expert, Nathalie educates people on topics related to business and family law, negotiation, leadership, and neuroscience.
Nathalie is a past chair of Collaborative Practice Toronto, and a Deputy Judge of the Small Claims Court, Toronto Region.
Called to the Ontario Bar in 1991, Nathalie obtained her Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from the University of Western Ontario in 1989, and her Civil Law Degree from Laval University in Québec in 1988.
Fluent in English and French, Nathalie has a daughter and enjoys a wide range of outdoor activities including downhill skiing, biking, hiking and ice hockey.
Nominated to receive the prestigious Award of Distinction of “Canada’s Top 25 Changemakers” by Canadian Lawyer.
Featured in the Women’s Post as one of Canada’s top business women.
Recognized as a ‘Lawyer making history’ by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Received the Award of Distinction by the Association of French speaking jurists of Ontario.