Me Stewart Litvack

Both a deep thinker and a pragmatic strategist, Stewart is oriented towards finding solutions to complex problems. Over the years, Stewart has acquired an expertise in the civil aspects of Estate and Trust law that is rare among practicing trial lawyers.  

Stewart also represents clients in divorces and other related proceedings, as well as disputes pertaining to the incapacity and protective supervision of seniors. He has developed many strong relationships within the legal community and was recently named a Young Governor of the Fondation du Barreau

Stewart is involved in the community and sits as Chairman of the Governance Committee of the regional board for the Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University (Quebec and Eastern Canada). 

Prior to being admitted to the Bar in 2010, Stewart obtained his degree in law from the University of Montreal as well as a degree in Commerce with a Major in Finance from the University of McGill.  

Stewart has substantial experience pleading before the Superior Court of Quebec and Court of Appeal and has appeared in front of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Me Louis Dessureault 

Louis has a rich understanding of Family Law with a decade of experience in private practice.  Louis’ practice spans every aspect of family law, from international child abduction cases to complex disputes between spouses over alimony and the partition of property owned by trusts or privately-owned companies.

In addition to his practice in Family Law, Louis has also gained significant experience in Trust and Estates litigation, and has given several conferences, including to the AMFP, where he discussed the impact of trusts in the context of family law litigation.

A well-known presence in the family law community, Louis won the honour of the “Les leaders de demain”, family law lawyer of the year awarded by the Young Bar of Montreal in 2012.  Louis also sat on the Family Law Liaison Committee with the Superior Court of the Montreal Bar Association from 2015 to 2018.

Louis has a Bachelors’ degree in law and graduate degrees in tax law and Common Law from the University of Sherbrooke, following which, Louis was admitted to the Bar in 2010.

Louis routinely appears in front of the Superior Court of Quebec and the Court of Appeal and has appeared in front of the Supreme Court of Canada.