Adina Schild

Adina Schild

Adina began her work at Hummingbird Lawyers as a summer intern in 2013 and completed 10 months as a Student-at-Law with the firm. Adina is now an Associate Family and Divorce Lawyer working in Hummingbird LLP’s Family Law Department. She maintains a strong interest in Family Law, Real Estate, and Civil Litigation. Adina’s desire to practice law comes from her hope to make a difference, not only in the community at large but also in individual clients’ lives.

Adina has expanded her knowledge and abilities through her volunteer work and community involvement. Volunteering for Community Legal Aid as a caseworker and litigator in both their regular program and Family Law Program and for Pro Bono Students Canada (Family Law Project) allowed her to truly understand what it means to advocate for clients.

Adina has experience in helping clients dealing with separation and divorce. Her main focus is on custody and access issues that stem from family turmoil and breakdown. Adina’s family law practice includes Collaborative Family Law, Simple or Uncontested Divorces, Spousal Support, Termination of Spousal Support, Child Support, Termination of Child Support, Custody and Access Rights, Mobility Issues and Rights, Division of Property, including the Matrimonial Home, Equalization of Net Family Property, Litigation Strategy and Management, Separation Agreements, Marriage Contracts, Cohabitation Agreements, Prenuptial Agreements and Representation at Mediation and Arbitration Dispute Resolution.


University of Windsor (J.D., 2015)
Wilfrid Laurier University (B.A. Honours, 2009)

Bar Admissions

Member, Ontario Bar (2016)

Practice Areas

Family Law


Phone: 905.731.1911 x211


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