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Year of Call 2012 Education Wilfred Laurier University
University of Ottawa
Location Barrie

Featured Areas of Practice Barrie Wills and Estates Law Areas of Practice Barrie Family Lawyers Family Law
Associations Law Society of Ontario

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BARRIE WILLS AND ESTATES LAWYER

Family lawyer Kenna Bromley joined Devry Smith Frank LLP (DSF) in 2020 as an associate in our Barrie Family Law group. She graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor of Arts and later received her Juris Doctor from the University of Ottawa.

Prior to joining DSF, Kenna advocated on behalf of clients at a law firm in Orillia where she gained extensive litigation experience in divorce and separation, custody, access, support, property, and child protection proceedings.

As a Barrie family lawyer, Kenna has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario and although her practice is taking her to the courtroom often for conferences, summaries, motions and trials, she also uses collaborative and alternative processes to reach agreements that are mutually beneficial for all parties involved.

She serves as a panel member for the Office of Children’s Lawyer, County Simcoe, Ontario where she acts as counsel and represents children clients under both the CLRA and CFSA.

Kenna is also actively involved as a volunteer for various causes including community outreach, charitable events, and currently serves as vice-chair and board member for the Barrie Women and Children’s shelter.

Outside the court, she spends much of her spare time practicing yoga, exploring healthy cooking and playing golf.

For more information regarding family law, please contact Barrie family lawyer Kenna Bromley at kenna.bromley@devrylaw.ca

 

Kenna has acted as counsel for the following reported decisions:

Balfour v. Balfour, 2019 ONSC 2892 (CanLII)

Lonsdale v. Smart, 2018 ONSC 3991 (CanLII)

Kaplan v. Kaplan, 2015 ONSC 1277 (CanLII)

Graham v. Sherman, 2015 ONSC 1882 (CanLII)

S.D.G. v. A.S., 2015 ONSC 752 (CanLII)

Sine v. Bannister, 2016 ONSC 7750 (CanLII)