What We Do
Rohr Law takes a compassionate and practical approach to family law.
Headed by Rachel Rohr, who has practiced exclusively in the area of family law, Rohr Law maintains a comprehensive family law practice.
Rohr Law’s services include parenting arrangements, child and spousal support matters, property division, trust claims, child protection matters, marriage contracts, cohabitation agreements and more. Rohr Law assists client’s in negotiations or mediations through to representation in arbitrations and in the courtroom.
For more information on what Rohr Law can do for you, book a consultation today.
Rachel has practiced and worked in family law exclusively throughout her legal career.
Family law is more than a job to Rachel, it is a passion to help those who may be going through what can be extremely difficult time in their lives, planning for the future, or helping families navigate a new normal. Rachel can assist in all aspects of family law including parenting, asset division and support. Whether you’re looking to negotiate an agreement outside of Court or require a litigator, Rachel is prepared to assist you in your matter based on the client’s specific and unique needs. Rachel believes that family law is not a one size fits all approach and is ready to provide high-quality legal service with the client at the center.
Rachel completed her articles and summered in Toronto in small and large family law practices. Rachel obtained her J.D. from the University of Windsor and was Called to the Bar of Ontario in March 2021. In fact, before deciding to attend law school, Rachel was a law clerk to Mr. Barry Carmichael for several years. Rachel has been published in the Journal of Canadian Studies and co-authored and annotated statute.
Beyond the practice of family law, Rachel has interests in human rights and tax law. Outside of the law, Rachel can often be found tending to her daughter, walking her two corgis or baking a cake.
- Juris Doctor, University of Windsor, Faculty of Law – Class of 2020
- Bachelor of Arts, Honours, Queens University – Class of 2015
- Ontario, March 2021
- Rohr, Rachel. “Taxing Disability: A Critical Look into the Medical Cannabis Regime under the New Cannabis Act, 2018.” Journal of Cannabis Studies, vol.55, no. 2,2021, pp. 436–457., https://doi.org/10.3138/jcs-2020-0027.
- Laverne A Jacobs et al, The Annotated Accessible Canada Act, University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, 2021, CanLIIDocs 987, https://canlii.ca/t/t58r, retrieved on 2022-01-23