Shazia Hafiji

Lawyer

Location: Markham

Shazia Hafiji joined Feldstein Family Law Group P.C. as a summer student in 2016 and returned as an articling student in 2017. Following her Call to the Ontario Bar in 2018, Shazia returned to the firm as an associate lawyer.

Shazia completed her legal studies and obtained a Juris Doctor at the University of Ottawa; she also completed an Option in Dispute Resolution & Professionalism, and an Option in Law and Social Justice. Prior to that, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from York University, where she majored in Philosophy.

In her second year of law school, Shazia competed in the Walsh Family Law Appellate Moot. This experience allowed Shazia to hone her oral advocacy skills and solidified her passion for family law. In her third and final year of law school, Shazia represented the University of Ottawa at the 12th Annual ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition in Paris, France, where she competed to resolve international business disputes through mediation. Throughout law school, Shazia also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF).

Shazia’s practice covers all areas of family law, and she assists clients with issues such as parenting (custody and access), child and spousal support, and the division of property. Shazia prides herself in being client-focused and works to develop meaningful relationships with her clients. Shazia is committed to zealously advocating for her clients’ best interests (be it through negotiation or litigation), and strives to anticipate her clients’ needs and exceed their expectations.

Out of the office, Shazia enjoys travelling, cooking, eating movie theatre popcorn, and spending quality time with her family and friends.

To learn more about Shazia and the rest of our team, call (905) 581-7222.

Shazia Hafiji's Videos

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    How adultery, domestic violence, and emotional abuse affect family law. I like to call this, the “Blame Game”.

  • Determining Value of Matrimonial Home

    How the value of the matrimonial home is determined in family law proceedings.

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