Our Team

Tabitha Hassoulas

Notary Tabitha Hassoulas is here to help you with the important legal decisions made throughout your lifetime. From Marriage, to setting up a business, to property purchases to Wills, Tabitha Hassoulas is available to guide you through these occasions.

Tabitha Hassoulas, notaryOur office is friendly and bilingual and provides clients with competent professional legal services.

Notary Tabitha Hassoulas believes in creating personal client relations. She is committed to personally answering phone calls and emails of clients and is as well committed to being honest and straightforward with them in regards to their files.

How does a Notary differ from a Lawyer? In most circumstances they don’t. Both have law degrees, either an LL.L or LL.B and then have a form of postgraduate training and articling. The subtle difference is that Notaries are not allowed to present contentious matters to court as a Notary is considered to be an impartial party to most transactions. On the other hand, Lawyers cannot authenticate deeds or acts- this is of the exclusive authority for a Notary to do so.
 

Education Credentials

Tabitha Hassoulas completed her Bachelor of Commerce concentrating in Finance and International Business from McGill University in 2004. In 2007, she completed her Law degree at the University of Ottawa. She then earned her Masters of Laws at the University of Ottawa in 2008. She has been a practicing Notary since 2009 when she was sworn in by the Chambre of Notaries of Quebec.

 

Sophie Sallaleh

Sophie Sallaleh, notaireSophie Sallaleh as been working with Mtre Tabitha Hassoulas since September 2013, first as an intern during her Bachelor in Law, and then as legal assistant until her appointment as Notary in May 2016.

Education Credentials

Sophie Sallaleh completed her Bachelor in Law at the University of Québec in Montreal in 2014. In December 2015, she obtained her Masters in Notarial Law from the University of Montreal and has been practicing as a notary since May 2016, when she was sworn in by the Chamber of Notaries of Québec.