B.A., J.D.  Associate Lawyer

Meet Katie Gaboury, our Associate Lawyer and Family Lawyer in Toronto, at Separy Law P.C

Katie obtained her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, graduating at the top of her class, and has been called to the Bar in the Province of Ontario. Katie also obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from Wilfred Laurier University, where she graduated with distinction. Katie completed her articling year at Separy Law P.C.,  during which time she gained experience in all areas of family law .

Katie has very unique attributes that allow her to be a fantastic family law lawyer to her clients. She is patient with her clients, she is responsive to communication, she is bubbly and friendly, and extremely accurate in her legal approach. Attention to detail is a major strength for Katie.

Katie’s practice focuses on all areas of family law including separation, divorce, child support, spousal support (sometimes called “alimony” or “maintenance”), custody, access (child visitation or parenting schedules), variations in support, and complex property division. Katie also  frequently advises clients referred by the Barbara Schlifer Commemorative Clinic whom may have dealt with serious issues such as domestic violence, emotional abuse, financial abuse and other forms of abuse. Her practice as a Toronto Family Lawyer spans all of the major courts in Toronto, and the Greater Toronto Area (“GTA”)

Katie is resolution oriented and an effective negotiator, but also a strong advocate for her clients in Family Law Court. She tirelessly works to compile Court materials in an organized fashion, with legal strategy in mind, leading cases to resolve in an efficient and cost effective manner.

Katie enjoys exploring Toronto, enjoys trying new restaurants in the City, and is a competitive equestrian, riding her horse Taylor whenever she gets an opportunity.


Katie’s practice focuses on the following areas of law:

  • Separation
  • Divorce
  • Spousal Support (sometimes known as “alimony” or “maintenance”)
  • Child Support
  • Custody
  • Access (child visitation or parenting regimes)
  • Changes to child support orders (“Motion to Change Child Support”)
  • Changes to spousal support orders (“Motion to Change Spousal Support)
  • Changes to custody and access or parenting regimes (“Motion to Change Custody and Access)
  • Common law cohabitation  and marriages
  • same sex relationships and marriages
  • domestic contracts – cohabitation agreements, marriage agreements (prenuptial agreements), and separation agreements
  • property division – simple or complex
  • Wills and Power of Attorneys for Personal Care and Property