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Megan Jamieson


Location: Oakville

Megan Jamieson attended the University of Ontario Institute of Technology from 2008 to 2012, graduating from UOIT with Highest Distinction. She earned the Student Leadership Award upon graduation from UOIT for demonstrating leadership in campus life activities, including co-founding the Student Law Association.

After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree through the completion of her Honours Specialization in Legal Studies, Megan attended the University of Ottawa Law School. Her passion for family law was solidified after competing in the Walsh Family Law Moot where she placed second overall. Following her second year of studies, Megan gained valuable experience assisting self-represented litigants at Law Help Ontario where she assisted individuals in the drafting of their legal documents. She also spent a semester as an intern at Ontario Power Generation where she refined her legal research and analysis skills by assisting senior in-house counsel with their files.

In 2016, Megan joined Feldstein Family Law Group, P.C. as an Articling Student and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2017. She has since returned to the firm as an associate lawyer.

Since joining Feldstein Family Law Group, P.C., Megan has dedicated her time to an array of family law issues and is experienced in all areas of family law, including property division, child and spousal support, and custody and access. Megan’s practice emphasizes the importance of the solicitor-client relationship by addressing client questions and concerns in a timely manner. She is committed to protecting her clients’ best interests by taking the steps necessary to reach a resolution in their matter through negotiation or litigation.

In her spare time, Megan enjoys travelling, running, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

Contact Megan today by calling (905) 581-7222.

Megan Jamieson's Videos

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  • Amendments to the Divorce Act: Parenting Terminology

    Today, I will be discussing the recent amendments to the Divorce Act.

  • The Mandatory Information Session

    Today, I am going to talk to you about the Mandatory Information Program.

  • More Than One Matrimonial Home

    Today, I will be discussing the issue of more than one matrimonial home. Specifically, I will discuss whether a seasonal residence, which was owned by one party prior to the date of marriage, qualifies as a matrimonial home under the Family Law Act.

  • Child Support: Who is a Parent?

    Today, I will be discussing Child Support and who has a responsibility to pay child support.

  • Setting Aside a Domestic Contract

    Today, I will be discussing domestic contracts and how such contracts may be set aside.

  • Separation Agreements

    Today, I will be discussing Separation Agreements.

  • The Matrimonial Home: Cottages

    The focus of our discussion today will be the matrimonial home as it pertains to cottage properties.

  • Child Support When Income Over $150,000

    Today, we'll be discussing what happens when a parent's income is over $150,000.00 based on the Federal Child Support Guidelines.

  • Parental Alienation

    Today, we'd like to talk about parental alienation, the psychological manipulation of a child into showing unwarranted fear, disrespect, or hostility toward another parent.

  • Grandparent Access: What Happened to Grandma and Grandpa?

    Today, we'll be discussing grandparents' legal rights to having access with their grandchildren, and the steps you may be able to take as a grandparent to ensure access.

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