Lori C. MacIntosh
After graduating from Wilfrid Laurier University, Lori went on to complete her Masters of Teaching in Australia. She taught for a few years, including lecturing at a University in Methodology, after which she attended Law School and was subsequently called to the Bar in 2012.
Lori practices in the area of Collaborative Law, Family Law, Criminal, Real Estate as well as Wills and Estates.
Lori is a past-President of the Bruce County Law Association and she has been active on various Board of Directors Positions over the years. She is engaged in the Highland Dancing World, having taken lessons and competed in her youth and now as the Mother to two little dancers. Lori and her family love to travel.
In Collaborative Practice, you commit to:
1. Negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement without having courts decide issues.
2. Maintain open communication and information sharing.
3. Create shared solutions acknowledging the highest priorities of all.