Tracey received her undergraduate education from Lakehead University,
and obtained her Bachelor of Law from Osgoode Hall Law School. She has
practiced in Thunder Bay since receiving her call to the bar, and joined Buset
& Partners in 2001.
Tracey focuses her practice on family law and commercial litigation. In
commercial law matters Tracey has successfully negotiated and litigated a
wide range of commercial disputes ranging from commercial tenancy matters
to bankruptcy issues. In family law matters Tracey has more than 15 years
experience in providing sound legal advice and practical support to clients
experiencing the difficult issues associated with separation and divorce. Tracey
also provides proactive advice to clients considering pre-marital agreements
and cohabitation agreements. She is a trained mediator, having mediated
family law, employment law and estate disputes. Tracey is a practitioner of
collaborative family law, firmly believing in this approach as a constructive and
cost-effective way to resolve legal disputes.
Tracey is actively involved in her profession and her community. She
is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Thunder Bay
Law Association, the Canadian Bar Association and the Thunder Bay
Collaborative Family Law Group. Tracey is an elected representative to the
Council of the Ontario Bar Association, in which she has been active on the
continuing legal education, membership and awards committees. Tracey has
also served as a member of the executive of the Family Law Section of the
Ontario Bar Association, and participated in a provincial committee struck to
make submissions to the Attorney General of Ontario on family law reform.
In her community Tracey has been active politically, sat on various Boards,
and volunteered for many local organizations. Currently, Tracey is a proud
supporter and advocate for the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences
Foundation and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.