Marta Siemiarczuk is a lawyer at Nelligan O’Brien Payne, and practices in the areas of Family Law Litigation and Collaborative Family Law, Estates and Civil Litigation. Marta has also expanded her practice to include providing Family Law Arbitration Services.
Prior to joining the firm, Marta was with a large national firm in Ottawa, where she practiced in civil litigation and family law until 2008. In 2009 Marta focused exclusively in the area of family law in a boutique firm in London, Ontario, where she also sat on the Executives of the Middlesex Family Law Association and the Collaborative Lawyers of London and Middlesex.
Marta has acted as a co-instructor at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, for Civil Procedure and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Program. She is a regular guest lecturer at the University of Ottawa in Family Law. She is also a regular columnist on various family law topics for the Law Times.
Marta approaches her work in a client-centered manner, always striving to be efficient and to provide practical and creative solutions. She derives great satisfaction in practicing family law, as it allows her to be involved in a tangible way with her clients, able to make meaningful differences to their lives. And while she is dedicated and very driven, she also maintains a good sense of humour.
The focus of her days outside of the office is her family, who motivate Marta to maintain a healthy perspective. Weekends find her either tinkering with renovations around the home, playing with her kids, or getting outdoors to go camping, hiking or canoeing.
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