WAM Family Law  (formerly Law Boutique) is reinventing the way Family Law and Divorce is delivered.  We will still provide the same great service, but will work in conjunction with WAM Healing Centre and its principles to help our clients through their conflict.

We are a Family Law and Divorce Boutique Firm.  We only practice in these specific areas so that we can remain committed to our clients and deliver a more Conscious approach to conflict resolution.

WAM stands for “We All Matter”.  We want to approach Family Law and Divorce differently so that our clients may finalize their matter knowing that whatever the outcome, everything is going to be great. While we will rely on the current framework of mediation, arbitration and litigation as part of how we help you achieve your results, we also hope to integrate other methods, which may not be mainstream, but just as effective.  We hope you will allow us to help you through your journey to to finding a peaceful resolution and ultimately, happiness.

In addition to incorporating different elements of conscious healing, we understand that the financial burden can be difficult.  To assist you, we try to flat rate bill and in some cases, provide payment plan options, so that you always know what you can expect.  We also believe in resolving your legal matter in a timely manner.  We don’t believe in engaging in letter writing campaigns, but real results.

We are innovative and leading edge in our approach and philosophy and we hope to help you with your legal matters with the same vigor and passion.

Feel free to contact us by telephone or email to set up a consultation in order to discuss and review your legal needs, goals and objectives.


There are four main reasons why we need to meet with you for a consultation meeting:

1. We must verify your identity pursuant to Law Society of Alberta requirements.

2. We must perform a conflict search to see if there are any conflicts prior to giving legal advice (i.e. have we represented one or both parties in the past and if so, what kind of legal engagement was entered into?).

3. We must obtain further information.  We know the questions we have to ask in order to determine the best way to proceed.  We need to do this in conjunction with 1 and 2 above, otherwise, we run the risk of missing crucial information that helps us formulate our legal advice to you.  We do not want to tell you something and lead you down a path, without understanding the full picture.

4. This is your opportunity to interview us.  You must feel comfortable with our approach and most of all, trust your lawyer.  There is no better way to do this than to meet with us to see if we are a good fit for you.