Tristan graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Criminology (Hons) and Juris Doctor (law) where he was the recipient of several awards throughout his academic career. Tristan has been practicing in the area of family law ever since.
Tristan’s keen interest in family law developed prior to law school in supervised access, where he facilitated structured visits for families engaged in legal disputes. During law school, most notably, he obtained summa cum laude honours, participated in Community Legal Aid, and helped lead the Windsor Law hockey team to victory at the 2019 Queen’s Cup.
Tristan’s family practice covers all areas of family and divorce law, including issues surrounding decision-making responsibility and parenting time, spousal and child support, the division of family property, and the negotiation of cohabitation and separation agreements, as well as other types of domestic agreements. Tristan is committed to working with his clients in order to obtain the best possible resolution either through negotiated settlements or family court litigation.
Tristan has also been active with a number of organizations within his community. He teaches legal ethics to paralegal students at St. Clair College and sits on the Board of Directors of New Beginnings, a non-profit organization serving families and youth across service sectors of youth justice, mental health, employment and education.
When not practicing law, Tristan enjoys writing about local community issues and has had his work featured by the Windsor Star. He is also a musician and enjoys expressing his artistic talents through guitar and drums. Tristan’s greatest passion is spending time with his two young daughters.