Solmaz Separy

B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Managing Lawyer

Solmaz Separy is the Managing Lawyer at Separy Law Professional Corporation (“Separy Law PC”).

Solmaz has an LL.M. degree (“Master of Laws”) from the University of Toronto and has been called to the Bar for the Province of Ontario.  She is a member of the Law Society of Ontario.  Solmaz articled and practiced as a lawyer at Blake, Cassels & Graydon, LLP (“Blakes”, a top tier Canadian/international law firm), prior to establishing the practice of Separy Law PC.

Solmaz’s practice focuses on all areas related to family law such such as separation, divorce, child support, spousal support (sometimes called “alimony” or “maintenance”), custody, access (child visitation), seeking a change in support obligations and amounts (Motion to Change), and complex property division. She practices as a Toronto Family Lawyer in all of the major courts in Toronto, and the Greater Toronto Area (“GTA”),  including, but not limited to, North York at 47 Sheppard, Toronto – 311 Jarvis, Toronto – 393 University, Newmarket, Brampton, and Oshawa.

In addition to Solmaz’s Family Law practice,  she also has extensive experience in Civil Litigation and Debt Collection involving simple or complex matters at various levels of court, Business Law and drafts simple Wills and Power of Attorneys.

Solmaz has previously acted on the Board of the Family Lawyers Association, participating in committees in the areas of Legal Aid, Law Reform, Bench and Bar Organizations, Task Forces, and various other matters in order to contribute to making the practice of Family Law more enjoyable, practical and cost-effective to clients and, to help develop a greater sense of community within the Family Law Bar. Solmaz has also acted as a Board member on the Board of the Iranian Canadian Lawyers Association and has held various other corporate Board member positions. Solmaz routinely advises referred clients from 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. Solmaz also enjoys volunteering for Pro Bono Student’s Canada, supervising University of Toronto Law Students in preparing and delivering community workshops with a focus on family law.

Solmaz speaks Farsi (Persian/Iranian) fluently. In her spare time, Solmaz enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.

Solmaz’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


  • Past Board Member of Iranian Canadian Lawyer’s Association
  • Past Board member of the Family Lawyers Association
  • Member of the Law Society of Ontario
  • Member of the Family Lawyers Association
  • Member of the York Region Law Association
  • Member of the Peel Law Association
  • Practicing lawyer with Legal Aid Ontario
  • Member of the Barbara Schlifer Commemorative Clinic
    • Domestic Violence Advice Counsel
  • Supervisor and Volunteer with Pro Bono Students Canada
    • Volunteer and Supervisor of workshops presented by University of Toronto Law Students.
    • Supervisor of Pro Bono Students Canada law students in conjunction with the Health Justice Program / St. Michael’s Hospital.


  • Past Board member of Family Lawyers Association – Board Member 2013/2014


  • English
  • Fluent in Farsi (Persian/Iranian)