Ashley Justine (Vos) Lyons
Justine grew up on a 100-acre farm in nearby Elgin County. Her family eventually moved to Montreal, Quebec and then she chose to move to Ottawa, Ontario to obtain her Bachelors from the University of Ottawa. After graduating and working several years for Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Industry Canada and Health Canada, she decided she wanted to be more effective in helping people and decided to go to law school at the University of Leicester in England. When she returned, and demonstrated her ability to practice Canadian law, she moved down to Norfolk County to be closer to her family; who had moved to Port Rowan’s Villages of Long Point. She articled (interned) with a local law firm specializing in Personal Injury law. Upon the completion of her articles, becoming a lawyer and after much consideration Justine decided to start her own law firm in Norfolk county.
She is an registered member with the Law Society of Upper Canada, a member of the Norfolk Law Association and a board member of the Haldimand Norfolk Literacy Council. Justine has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Justice and the Social Security Tribunal. She appears before courts in the Simcoe, Cayuga and Brantford areas.
You will see her regularly taking walks with her husband and dog around downtown Simcoe or at the Don Shay dog park.
Sarah was born and raised in St. Catherines, Ontario with her 3 sisters. She moved to Norfolk County as a teenager and feel in love with the beautiful countryside, later planting her roots in Simcoe. After completing high school, Sarah attended school for hairstyling and aesthetics and turned it into a wonderful 18-year career, during which she built lifelong friendships and many acquaintances. During her first career as a hairstylist she also raised 3 beautiful daughters of her own and enjoys spending every free moment with them.
With a passion to help people and a drive to contribute more to the community Sarah decided to change career paths and move into the legal profession. In 2017 she graduated from the Law Clerk Co-Op program at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. She joined the Lyons Law Firm team in the fall of 2017 and is bettering the lives of others through her work on family and personal injury cases.