Lawyer Evgeniy Osipov provides high quality service to clients in the areas of family law, estate litigation, civil litigation, and small claims court matters.
Evgeniy received his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School before being called to the Bar in Ontario. While in Law School, Evgeniy received intensive training in the areas of family law and corporate commercial law. Prior to joining Owen & Associates Law, Evgeniy gained hands-on experience working with the Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario in Family Responsibility Office and also working as a lawyer in Toronto.
Evgeniy has extensive family law and civil litigation experience. Evgeniy has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario including the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the highest level of Court in Ontario. Evgeniy is a seasoned litigator in Family Law, Estates Litigation and Small Claims Court. He has experience running complicated trials involving custody (now called decision-making), access (now called parenting time) disputes as well as financial issues. Evgeniy understands complex issues of child support obligations, spousal support obligations and property related entitlement issues. Despite him being an experienced litigator, his approach is to always focus on how can his clients achieve their desired result in the most efficient and cost-effective way. In other words, Evgeniy will utilize his negotiations skills to avoid costly litigation and trials for his clients if there is a chance of resolving the matter more efficiently.
As the son of a wrestling champion and as someone who has been trained by an Olympian boxing medalist and now assists that medalist in coaching children, Evgeniy has long appreciated the value of self-discipline, hard work and the need to strategize to win. Evgeniy wants to bring these experiences to help clients. Evgeniy also founded a Canadian start-up assembling, servicing, selling and promoting autonomous humanoid service robots, which was subsequently acquired by a media company.
Now Evgeniy is working on another legal tech startup called mypocketlawyer.ca made to help bridge a gap between people who need legal help and Canadian justice system.