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Ryan Kniznik

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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2014
  • J.D., University of New Brunswick, 2012
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Ryan is an innovative practitioner who prides himself on his ability to resolve complex issues using a client-focused approach. With a self-described passion for the law, Ryan has developed his practice exclusively in the area of family law, including areas of complexity such as child and spousal support, property ownership and division issues, as well as parenting matters.

Ryan understands that family law matters are often very sensitive ones and he strives to guide his clients through the legal process in a compassionate manner. Skilled and creative, his approach is always tailored to each specific case. He has appeared in all levels of Court in Ontario, including several matters before the Court of Appeal, and has acted as counsel in over 30 reported decisions.

  • J.D., University of New Brunswick, 2012
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2014
 Assistant  Experience
  • Rocki v. Wencel, 279 A.C.W.S. (3d) 456 (C.A.)
  • Moses Estate v. Metzer, 2017 ONCA 767 (C.A.)
  • O.G. v. R.G., 2017 ONSC 6490 (S.C.J.)
  • G. (R.) v. G. (K.), 2017 ONCA 108 (C.A.)
  • Goetschel v. Goetschel, 2016 ONSC 4088 (Div. Ct.)
  • Tadayon v. Mohtashami, 2015 ONCA 777(C.A.)
  • Nowacki v. Nowacki, 256 A.C.W.S. (3d) 258 (C.A.)
  • Davis v. Davis, 276 A.C.W.S. (3d) 75 (S.C.J.)
  • Rosati v. Reggimenti, 2016 ONSC 7013 (S.C.J.)
  • Petit v. Petit, 2016 ONSC 849 (S.C.J.)
  • Hastings v. Deakin, 2014 ONCJ 618 (O.C.J.)


  • Recognized by Best Lawyers®: Ones to Watch in Canada 2024 in the area of Family Law
 Speaking  Publications
 In the Media  News



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