Admissions and Affiliations
- Called to the Ontario Bar: 2016
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Ontario Bar Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- Peel Law Association
- Iranian Canadian Legal Professionals
- University of Windsor, Faculty of Law: Juris Doctor: 2015
- York University: B.A. Specialization (Hons): 2012
Ida is an associate lawyer in the Family Law Group. Her practice involves all areas of family law litigation and alternative dispute resolution, with a focus on issues such as high-conflict child custody and support disputes, property division, cohabitation agreements and marriage contracts.
Ida has also recently expanded her practice to include private and step-parent adoptions.
Ida is committed to obtaining positive results in difficult situations. She tailors her approach to meet the individual needs of each client and provides an innovative and cost-effective solution even in the most litigious of cases.
Ida understands the complexities that can arise during this transitional time and is determined to assist her clients find the best possible resolution for their family.
Prior to joining the firm as an associate, Ida also articled with SDS LLP. During that time, she gained valuable experience and exposure working exclusively on family law cases.
While in law school, Ida pursued specialized courses and clinical work that focused on matrimonial and child protection issues.
She also participated in the Family Law Practice Program, where she acquired knowledge and insight into the family justice system while helping clients resolve various family law disputes.
Ida is fluent in Farsi and maintains close ties to the Persian community.
When she’s not busy advocating on behalf of separating spouses, Ida is likely creating, planning and executing the next big corporate event.
Her organization and attention to detail are what make her events appear effortless to plan and even more enjoyable to attend.
Ida also takes pleasure in experiencing Toronto’s diverse culture and exotic cuisine. She is an avid traveler and has visited over fifty cities across three continents.