Kamla O. Lewis obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree (Political Science) from York University and her Bachelor of Law degree from Queen’s University. She was called to the Ontario Bar in June 2005 and her practice is dedicated exclusively to family law.
Kamla is experienced in all aspects of family law matters; Kamla’s clients trust her to recognize the unique complexities of their case and to provide practical solutions that work best for them not only now, but also into the future. You can expect Kamla to take full ownership of your case, caring not only about the outcome, but about you as well.
Ms. Lewis’ strong desire to help families that are facing separation and divorce stems from her appreciation of how difficult and overwhelming this time can be for individuals; and she works diligently and compassionately to get you through this challenging time. Kamla puts her client’s minds at ease with her calm demeanour, thorough approach and wit when appropriate.
Kamla is a skilled negotiator and litigator with proven courtroom experience, including trials. She regularly attends at Superior Court on behalf of her clients and has appeared before the Court of Appeal. Kamla is adept at dealing with high conflict, complex family law cases, including those involving domestic violence.
Her practice encompasses all areas of family law. Kamla’s years of experience allow her to skillfully address issues related to property and cross-border issues within the family law context. Kamla’s practice ranges from complex financial matters, adoptions, to national and international child abduction matters including Hague Convention matters and mobility issues.
Ms. Lewis practice also includes Child Protection cases and cases involving the Family Responsibility Office, including Refraining Motions and Motions to Stay Enforcement Proceedings.
Kamla was a member of the Family Responsibility Office (FRO) Panel from September 2010 to April 2012. She sits as a Board Member of the York Region Law Association (Family Law Committee, Governance Committee and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee).
Prior to joining Epstein & Associates in 2018, Ms. Lewis practiced family law at a family law boutique firm in Vaughan. She is now self-employed and contracts her services to Epstein & Associates.
When she is not working she enjoys cooking gourmet meals and being an active hockey mom.