Darlene Daley received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Western Ontario in 1997 and her Law degree in 2000. She has been in private practice since her call to the bar in 2002 and currently also sits as a Dispute Resolution Officer in the London Family Courts.
In 2003 Darlene established her own practice, focusing primarily on Family Law. She has been representing clients with respect to custody, access, child support, spousal support and property disputes since 2002.
In 2012 Darlene joined the panel of the Office of the Children’s Lawyer and now also represents children in custody and access as well as child protection litigation. Darlene also represents the Ministry of Community and Social Services with respect to child and spousal support arrears. Darlene also practices in the areas of Wills and Estates and Real Estate.
Since 2002, Darlene has dedicated herself to helping families through the very difficult and emotional experience of separation and divorce. Darlene has a very focused and practical approach; finding unique and creative solutions to suit the individual needs and serve the best interests of each family she works with.
Darlene was born in Exeter, Ontario, just a short distance north of London, but has lived in London since she was a young adult; she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, travelling, reading and is an avid movie and music buff, enjoying all genres of movies and music.
Darlene is a member of the Middlesex Law Association, the Middlesex Family Law Association, sits as DRO in Superior Court of Justice and is a member of the panel of the Office of the Children’s Lawyer.