Our Team

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We want our client to not only know that we care but to feel it every interaction they have with us and in the way we represent them.”

– Maria N. Sirivar

At Sirivar law, we strive to deliver outstanding service to our clients. We understand that dealing with legal issues, and in particular family law and employment law can be highly emotional, which can create a significant amount of stress and anxiety.

We make every effort to provide you with compassion and understanding when managing your legal needs. This level of care is central to who we are and how we approach situations like a family breakdown or loss of employment.

Maria N. Sirivar

Maria specializes in both family law and employment law.

As a mother of two, Maria has a personal understanding of the implications of family law and can appreciate what clients are going through when families breakdown. Maria is similarly well positioned to help clients with their employment law needs, having studied business administration and worked as a management consultant before starting her law practice.

She has represented clients before the Ontario Court of Appeal, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, Small Claims Court, Ontario Labour Relations Board, and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. Maria is currently an agent of the Office of the Children’s Lawyer (OCL) where she represents children in family court proceedings.

Prior to forming Sirivar Law, Maria practiced at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP and Adair Morse LLP, two leading Bay Street firms where she gained significant experience in civil litigation. She also worked as a law student in the Workers’ Rights Division of Parkdale Community Legal Services.

Maria graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2007. She also holds an Honours Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business, (HBA) and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario.

In law school, Maria was active in competitive mooting. She participated in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna, Austria the Jessup International Law Moot in Washington DC.

Maria’s volunteer experience includes providing pro bono law services to parents with children staying at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. She also gave pro bono employment law advice to cancer patients.

Natasha D. Lett

Natasha practices exclusively in the area of family law.

She has gained considerable experience through her work at firms in Toronto and in Peel Region. She is well versed in all aspects of family law including high conflict custody and access matters, equalization of family assets, child and spousal support and domestic contracts.

Natasha believes in working towards an early settlement whenever possible, however she realizes that litigation is at times unavoidable. She has appeared before the Ontario and Superior Courts on various matters.

A native of London, ON, Natasha obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International and Comparative Studies in 2001 from Huron University College at the University of Western Ontario. She graduated from Bond University in 2005 where she completed her Juris Doctor and her Graduate Diploma in Legal Training.

Natasha was called to the Roll of Solicitors in New South Wales, Australia in 2006. After her return to Canada and the completion of her Canadian qualifications, Natasha was called to the Ontario Bar in 2009 after articling at a firm in Mississauga, ON.

In her spare time, Natasha enjoys giving back to her local community. She’s a former member of the Junior League of Toronto, the Ontario Bar Association’s Equality Committee and is a member of the HIV and Aids Legal Clinic of Ontario.

Kimberly D. Muio

Kimberly’s practice covers all areas of family law and child protection, where she represents clients in mediation, arbitration, and all aspects of court proceedings and trial.

Prior to joining Sirivar Law, Kim practiced for nearly a decade at top-tier, full service Bay Street law firms alongside some of the country’s most influential and creative lawyers.  Through this, she developed a thorough and detailed approach to her practice and a commitment to providing clients with informed advice and responsive service.  Kim has an expertise in complex financial matters, yet a sensitive approach in advising clients who may be struggling with the emotional aspects of custody, support, or divorce.

Kimberly was called to the New York Bar in 2006 and the Ontario Bar in 2007.  She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Advocates’ Society, the Family Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association, and the New York Bar Association.  She is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University (Hon. BBA), and Michigan State University College of Law (J.D.).

Kim lives in Toronto with her husband and two sons.  As a former athlete in various competitive and recreational sports, she maintains an active lifestyle and can often be found chasing her sons around any park they can find.