A WE² bit about Marion:
Driven by her desire to protect and defend others, Marion Dana became a lawyer and member of the Quebec Bar in 2006, after obtaining and LL.B. from the Université de Montréal in 2005. She has her own firm located in the Beaurepaire Village of Beaconsfield.
Marion specializes in matters of Family Law and Civil Law, whether contested or amicable, and represents clients before the Court of Quebec, Superior Court, and administrative tribunals such as the Rental Board. She regularly attends conferences in the areas of Family Law and Civil Law, to ensure that she is up-to-date on the latest legal and jurisprudential developments.
Marion takes the time to listen to her clients’ concerns, and to provide them with the attention and information they need in order to understand the issues at hand and thus make an enlightened decision about the most sensible, appropriate and cost-effective strategy to adopt in their file. A legal suit can be intimidating, and Marion guides her clients through this process, explaining to them every step along the way so that they feel more at ease.
An amicable resolution to a dispute is always preferable to a trial, and Marion negotiates with the other party whenever possible in order to obtain a fair and just settlement for her clients. She is honest and ethical, and always conducts herself professionally and courteously with opposing counsel, as she believes strongly that it can only reflect positively on the outcome of the case for all parties involved.
Some topics Marion has dealt with in her files include lack of peaceful enjoyment of the dwelling by a tenant, access rights for grandparents, child support for children over 18, defamation, alimony for a spouse unable to work due to an illness, homologation of a mandate in anticipation of incapacity, respect of a student’s civil liberties as per the Charters, and separation between common law partners.
- Divorce and separation, amicable or contested;
- Child custody and/or access rights;
- Child and/or spousal support (alimony);
- Partitioning of assets.
- And more…
- Demand letters;
- Homologation of Mandates in Anticipation of Incapacity;
- Protective regimes of incapacitated persons (tutorship/curatorship);
- Relations between landlords and tenants (Rental Board);
- And more…
Testimonial for Marion:
“Marion Dana is an attorney who cares. As a new client, I was pleasantly surprised! I felt an immediate sense of trust and compassion. Marion is professional, honest, and understanding. She responded to my needs, respected my choices, and got the work done in the most efficient manner. I have recommended Marion to colleagues and friends, and will continue to do so in the future.”
Marion Dana, avocate/attorney
O’Reilly Dana, Avocats/Attorneys
451, boul. Beaconsfield, suite 202
Beaconsfield, Quebec H9W 4C2