Sarah Greatrix is a collaboratively trained lawyer, practising primarily in the area of family law. Sarah’s initial approach is to attempt to resolve matters through negotiations, settlement meeting and/or mediation; however, she does not hesitate to proceed to Court when necessary. Sarah has successfully argued motions and participated in trials at both the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.
Sarah also advises clients in the areas of wills, powers of attorney and estate law. Sarah takes pride in working diligently to ensure her clients’ needs are met by including them in every step of the decision-making process.
Sarah takes ‘a hands-on’ approach and prides herself in working with clients to achieve practical and expeditious resolutions.
Sarah attended St. Jerome’s University at the University of Waterloo where she received an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Sarah obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Windsor where she was the recipient of several academic awards, including the Joseph Micallef Memorial Award and the ScotiaBank Award.
Sarah is active in her local community and is a volunteer mediator with Community Justice Initiatives in Kitchener. Sarah sat on the Board of Directors for the Elora Festival from 2010-2012 and is a member of the Ontario Association for Family Mediation.
- Honourable A. B. Sprague Memorial Award
- ScotiaBank Award, University of Windsor,- Highest Standing Wills and Succession Law, 2007
- Joseph Micallef Memorial Award, University of Windsor, Highest Standing in Family Law, 2006
- Community Justice Initiatives (Kitchener), Volunteer Mediator
- Ontario Bar Association
- Ontario Association for Family Mediation
- Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity
- Ontario Court of Justice
- Superior Court of Justice