Glen Schwartz

Glen Schwartz

North York, Ontario, Canada

Glen has obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree from McGill University while majoring in Political Science, with a minor in Canadian history. He went on to obtain his LL.B degree in 2010, while studying at the University Of Ottawa Faculty Of Law as part of a select few accepted into the National Program. As part of this elite program, Glen has also obtained his LL.L (Quebec) degree. His ability to compare the family law regimes practiced in the civil law (Quebec) and common law (Ontario) jurisdictions serves as a great asset to the firm. While at the University of Ottawa, Glen took a special interest in the field of family law as he completed specialized courses in Family Property, Child Protection, and Spousal Rollover Trusts. Glen has been recently called to the Ontario Bar in June 2012.

Before joining Nathens Siegel LLP, Glen completed his articles with a sole practitioner practicing in the areas of family and immigration law. Glen acquired refined skills by working in all aspects of family law, and as such is well prepared to advocate strongly for his client's rights and best interests. Glen's interpersonal skills serve as a strong asset to Nathens Siegel LLP as he is apt in negotiating for his clients, but yet is not afraid to vigorously litigate contentious matters. He is fluent in both English and French and is eager to provide services in both languages.

When not at the office, Glen is quite athletic and participates in various softball and soccer leagues around the city. He is happy to call Toronto his home, and enjoys being involved within his community. The divorce and family law lawyers of Nathens Siegel L.L.P. serve clients in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Brampton, Caledon and throughout the GTA.

Areas of Practice

  • Family Law

Bar Admissions

  • Ontario, 2012


  • University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    • LL.L. 2009 & L.L.B. 2010
    • Honours: National Program
  • McGill University
    • B.A.
    • Major: Political Science
    • Major: Canadian History


  • English
  • French