Maureen S. Dumonceaux was born in Vancouver, B.C. and did her undergraduate work at Simon Fraser University. She moved to Saskatchewan in 1983. In 1986 she obtained her LL.B. with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan. Maureen articled with Saskatchewan Justice and was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1987.
Maureen is a member of the Collaborative Lawyers of Saskatchewan and acts as an adjudicator for the Saskatchewan Labour Standards Branch. She has also served on the Board of Revision, which hears tax assessment appeals for the City of Regina from 1997-2008.
Maureen practices in the areas of family law, wills and estates and real estate. In addition to practicing law, Maureen is active in the operation of a family farm.Collaborative Law
A divorce or separation requires a settlement of affairs. There are four ways to approach the task:
Through whichever process you feel will best meet your needs, we will defend your interests and seek resolution.
In 1994, The Queen's Bench (Family Law Division) Amendment Act established a Family Law Division, which handles all family law matters. There are judges of the Court of Queen's Bench appointed specifically to sit as judges of the Family Law Division. At present these judges are located in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert.