Michelle Mulchan is a lawyer who practices in association with Russell Alexander Family Lawyers. She is skilled in all areas of family law including divorce, custody, access, property division, child and spousal support and Family Responsibility Office enforcement matters. Michelle is skilled at providing resolutions to all family law matters in a cost effective and timely manner. She excels at helping clients deal with complex financial issues that arise as a result of a separation and helps to structure settlements that enable clients to move forward with financial stability.
Michelle was called to the bar in Ontario in January 2010. She graduated with a JD from the University of Windsor in 2008 after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in English from York University. During her time at the University of Windsor, Michelle worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Myra Tawfik. The culmination of that research was published by Professor Tawfik in “An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm: Perspectives from Canada”. Prior to joining Russell Alexander, Michelle practiced family law at a firm in Pickering, Ontario. She previously articled at a boutique law firm in Markham, Ontario where she practiced both Wills and Estates and Family Law.
Michelle is a proud member of the Collaborative Practice Durham Region. She believes that finding creative and personalized resolutions are key to allowing separating couples to divorce without stepping foot in a courtroom.
Michelle moved back to Toronto with her husband after finishing her legal education in Windsor. Together they have three beautiful and rambunctious children. Michelle believes in giving back to her community and is a leader with Girl Guides of Canada. She enjoys being a positive role model and mentor to young girls.
- University of Windsor, JD (2008)
- York University, Bachelor of Arts
- Law Society of Upper Canada