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Daniel Melamed

Torkin Manes LLP | Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A lawyer since 1988


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Torkin Manes LLP
151 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5C 2W7
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Daniel, a distinguished partner within the firm's Family Law Group, holds the prestigious title of Certified Specialist in Family Law, a designation granted by the Law Society of Ontario. Beyond this, he is renowned for his work as a mediator and arbitrator in family law, where his expertise and balanced temperament play a crucial role in facilitating resolutions.

His approach in mediation and arbitration, characterized by warmth, trustworthiness, and a profound understanding of legal intricacies, has proven invaluable in helping lawyers and their clients find sensible, swift, and confidential resolutions to their disputes. Daniel specializes in addressing a range of family law issues, from property and support disputes to complex cases involving substantial assets, intense conflicts, and cross-border considerations, always with a focus on fairness and the well-being of all parties involved.

Though Daniel's professional focus has shifted towards mediation and arbitration, his earlier career saw him as a trusted advisor and defender of family lawyers facing negligence claims, under the aegis of The Lawyers’ Professional Indemnity Company in Ontario. This role underscored his expertise and the trust placed in him by his peers.

His more than thirty years of unwavering dedication and service to family law have not only established his stellar reputation but also led to his appointment to the Family Rules Committee of Ontario for two consecutive terms, reflecting his significant contributions to the field.

Daniel's legal journey is backed by a solid educational foundation, with a BA and an LLB from the University of Toronto, complemented by mediation training at Harvard. His admission to the Ontario Bar in 1988 marked the beginning of a career defined by commitment to excellence, ethical practice, and community involvement, making him a pillar of the family law community.


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