Robina Khan

Robina Khan
FIRM:
Paul Family Law Professional Corporation
POSITION:
Family Law Lawyer
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Family, Mediation
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Robina Khan, a family lawyer with the Toronto-area firm Paul Family Law Professional Corporation, focuses on mediation and family law.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in psychology from the University of Waterloo in 2011 and earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Ottawa in 2015. Ms. Khan was called to the Ontario Bar in 2016 and received her certificate in family mediation from York University in 2017.

Offering both legal and mediation services, Ms. Khan handles such family law matters as separation and divorce, marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements, family law coaching for self-represented parties, uncontested divorces, adoptions, and notarizing documents.

Ms. Khan articled and began her family law practice in Peel and Halton Hills, assisting clients with negotiated settlements and domestic contracts, and attending court at the Ontario Court of Justice and the Supreme Court of Justice for conferences, motions, and trial.

She went on to work for Legal Aid Ontario as staff duty counsel for the courthouses in Simcoe County before completing her mediation internship with family lawyer Cathryn Paul's firm Paul Family Law Professional Corporation.

Robina Khan Posts

Conscious uncoupling enables child-centred resolution

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin made the phrase ‘conscious uncoupling’ famous when they divorced in 2014, and it’s something many ex-partners work towards for the sake of their children, says Oakville family lawyer and mediator Robina Khan. Read more

Educational support an emerging family law issue: Khan

Determining who is responsible for paying for a grown child’s education is becoming an increasingly prevalent issue in family law, says Oakville family lawyer and mediator Robina Khan. Read more

Unbundled services empower self-represented family litigants

A limited-scope retainer is a great option for anyone whose income is too high to qualify for Legal Aid but below what’s needed to pay for the full services of a lawyer, says Oakville family lawyer and mediator Robina Khan. Read more

Your date of separation and why it matters

By Robina Khan . The term “date of separation” is so often used in family law that legal professionals sometimes forget the weight that it carries outside of the legal process. For many, the date of separation is an unforgettable and emotionally driven date in their timeline. As painful as this date can be, it also marks a period of transition into what will hopefully be made up of healing and moving forward. Read more

Settlement is Khan's number one priority

Oakville family lawyer and mediator Robina Khan says whichever professional hat she's wearing, her primary aim is to help families find a peaceful path through separation, bypassing the excessive cost, delay and stress often associated with litigation in court. Read more