Adam Jaffer is an Associate Lawyer and Family Lawyer in Toronto at Separy Law P.C. Adam obtained his Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Osgoode Hall Law School and has been called to the Bar in the Province of Ontario. Adam also holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Toronto.
Adam completed his Articling year at Separy Law P.C., during which he applied his knowledge and gained valuable experience in all areas of family law.
Adam’s family law practice focuses on all areas of family law, and in particular, separation and divorce, including issues related to custody, access / parenting plans, child support, spousal support, variations in existing court orders and/or agreements, and resolving issues related to complex property division. Adam practices as a Toronto Family Lawyer throughout all of the major courts in the Greater Toronto Area, in both the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.
Adam is deeply passionate about family law. Prior to to joining the Separy Law P.C. team, Adam worked with Pro Bono Students Canada for over two years on the Family Law Project, where he gained extensive in-court experience working with low income and vulnerable family law litigants. As such, Adam’s practice also involves a strong commitment to furthering access to justice by working Legal Aid Ontario clients. Adam has also acted as a volunteer in partnership with the Red Door Shelter for Abused Women for over 10 years and, as such, Adam has a particular sensitivity and understanding of the complicated nature of domestic violence, irrespective of the gender or orientation of the particular client. Adam’s courtroom and litigation experience serves as a valuable asset to our firm and our clients.
In his spare time, Adam enjoys personal fitness, camping and ice fishing.
Adam is extremely professional and pays close attention to detail on all of his files. He is a fierce advocate for his clients in Court, and a skilled negotiator continually seeking to lower the inevitable tension in family law matters.