Practice Areas
Family Law Civil Litigation
About Neil

Neil is passionate in his pursuit of family and justice, and came to us from Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law. Family is at the heart of everything he does. His practice is devoted to helping separating parents and partners at the beginning – or ending – stages of relationships. He is particularly interested in helping parents achieve fair resolutions on child custody and access matters, and assessing appropriate levels of support. Helping a father move back into his home after being forced out by a former spouse, and obtaining an equal, shared parenting arrangement after a father had been deprived of parenting time with his son for over a year are two of his greatest accomplishments. 

He’s been published multiple times in The Advocate, as well as CBA Saskatchewan. If you’re wondering who gets the dog in a divorce, Neil can help you. An active volunteer with the Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers’ Association, Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, CLASSIC, Boys and Girls Clubs of Saskatoon, and past president of his community association, Neil truly lives the family values he advocates so passionately for. His only downfall is his early bedtime.

Education
  • Juris Doctor, Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law (2014)
  • Bachelor of Arts (with Honours), Dalhousie University (2011)
  • Admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar (2015)
Memberships/Affiliations
  • Member of the Canadian Bar Association
  • Member of the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyer’s Association
Articles
Is there extra child support for swimming lessons?

When people think of child support, they often think about what’s called the table amount. The table amount covers day-to-day expenses like…

How Much Is Child Support? The Three Things You Need To Know

Are you curious about how much child support you should receive each month? Or, on the flip-side, whether you’re paying more than…

Separating Parents and Language Rights for their Francophone Children

Canadian law recognizes that language is not simply a means of communication: it colours the content and meaning of expression itself. It…