Sondra Gibbons is a passionate, thoughtful, and sympathetic lawyer who cares about people and their families.
Not all families can stay together, so when they come apart, Sondra is a strong advocate for her clients. Her first choice is always to negotiate a settlement, but when that is not possible, she fights for your family as if it is her own family. A fierce advocate in the courtroom, Sondra ensures her clients get all they deserve in terms of division of property, support, and access to their children.
Sondra’s objective as a lawyer is “service, solutions, and results.” This is her approach to maintaining your relationship with your children, protecting your assets with marriage contracts, protecting your rights in divorce and all other related family law issues.
Sondra is active in the community, having served on the Boards of a number of organizations including the Brantford General Hospital Foundation Board, the Brant Law Association, and the Brantford Arts Block. She is a co-founder and current President of the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Collaborative Family Law Group. Sondra is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Brant Law Association, and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Sondra grew up on London, Ontario and represented the University of Windsor at the Laskin Moots, a national competition for oral advocacy. She has trained court interpreters on family law principles, guest lectured at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School, and presented at legal conferences. Sondra practiced in Toronto until 2003 when she joined Waterous Holden Amey Hitchon LLP as an associate and is now a partner.
- Brant Law Association
- Brantford Arts Block
- Brantford General Hospital Foundation Board
- Canadian Bar Association
- Co-founder and past President of the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Collaborative Family Law Group
- Co-founder of Delos Rogest Davis Scholarship
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Member of Windsor Scholarship selection committee
- Ontario Bar Association