Luba D. Yamoah

Ontario Bar Admission 2009


Luba D. Yamoah


Luba’s practice focuses almost exclusively on family law and she also assists the firm’s clients in the areas of Wills and residential real estate.

Prior to joining the firm in 2010, Luba practiced extensively in the area of family law at a full service law firm in Kitchener.

As part of her family law practice, Luba assists clients with a wide range of family law issues, including child custody and access, child support, spousal support and property division and equalization claims. Luba applies a practical, common-sense approach to the resolution of family disputes allowing her clients the benefit of timely, cost-efficient and reasonable settlements.

Not all cases have to go to court. Where possible, Luba assists clients with negotiating settlements outside of court by way of comprehensive separation agreements. She also has extensive experiencing resolving family law cases through the use of alternative dispute resolution processes including mediation and arbitration.

Where matters cannot be settled, Luba’s litigation experience allows her to effectively represent clients at all levels of Court. Luba has successfully argued matters at both the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice levels.

Luba was born in Bratislava, Slovakia, and as a native Slovak speaker, she is pleased to converse with our clientele in both the Slovak and Czech languages, if desired.

Outside of the office, Luba and her young family enjoy camping, spending time outdoors and she tries to stay active with long distance running and fitting in the occasional game of tennis with her husband.

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Luba is a member of the Waterloo Region Law Association, as well as the Law Society of Ontario.

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To do our part to reduce the risk of, we have adjusted our business operations by implementing the following protocols:

The firm has limited client meetings to urgent matters only and moved to teleconferencing where appropriate. Clients will be contacted directly to make alternative meeting arrangements or to reschedule.
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Should the outbreak result in a full office closure, we have a contingency plan to implement remote work capabilities and have the technology to ensure our accounting systems and data are available and secure. By modifying our operations and working remotely, our lawyers and staff will continue to be responsive to your legal and business needs.

Limited access into our Reception will be permitted to exchange documents and to accept deliveries and payments.


We wish everyone well as we collectively navigate this global health challenge.

Pavey Law LLP