Linda Starova practices in the area of family law. She has successfully represented clients before the Ontario Courts of Justice and the Superior Courts of Justice in Toronto and the rest of Ontario on contested divorces, custody and access disputes, child and spousal support, as well as property and equalization of net family property.
Linda’s approach to family law cases involves three main stages: information-gathering, brainstorming & research, and cost-effective problem-solving. Throughout the solicitor-client relationship, Linda’s objective is to provide professional, timely and quality service. She values effective communication and ensures that she is accessible to her clients for any and all issues that may arise upon the breakdown of a relationship. Linda is fluent in French, Albanian, Italian and Spanish.
During law school, Linda was a translator and bilingual editor for the Inter Pares Common Law Student Newspaper, as well as Co-founder, Secretary and French Language Communications Coordinator of the Italian Law Students’ Association. Linda also volunteered at the University of Ottawa’s Community Legal Clinic, in its Civil Law Division.
Linda has had a multi-faceted work experience in the public and private sectors, as well as non-profit organizations. Her interests, besides family law, include: human rights, international political relations, Renaissance history and classic literature. When she is not working, she enjoys spending quality time with her family, swimming, or practicing the violin.