TARAGH M.
BRACKEN

Blue icon with the letter T in the center to represent Taragh Bracken the managing partner of TMB Law, Family Law and Immigration Law Firm.

T

ABOUT

With over 20 years of experience, Taragh Bracken the managing partner at TMB Law is a highly respected Family Law lawyer in both Durham Region and Toronto.

 

Taragh graduated from the University of Dublin with an Undergraduate Degree in Arts and Economics. She qualified as a Solicitor in Ireland in 1996 and traveled around the world setting up immigration offices in Ireland, Peru, and Malaysia.

 

Taragh continued her career in Canada as an articling student with Toronto Counsel, specializing in Bankruptcy Law. 

Taragh was called to the Ontario Bar in 1999 and eventually opened her practice in Durham in 2004, specializing in Family Law.

 

Taragh’s background in Bankruptcy and Real Estate Law has assisted in her development to negotiate reasonable settlements in financial and property disputes in Family Law. She has dealt with all aspects of Family Law, including custody, child and spousal support, and property division disputes. Taragh has extensive courtroom experience as well as mediation and arbitration. Her primary focus is getting excellent results for her clients, whether through negotiation or litigation.
 
Taragh represents all her clients with a practical and reasonable approach and will attempt to negotiate a settlement before reverting to litigation. It is vital to Taragh that children do not get caught up in parental disputes and is a strong advocate for children. While having an excellent rapport with members of the Bar in Durham and Toronto, her tenacity in a courtroom when defending and representing the interest of her clients is unparalleled. She stands firmly by her clients during one of the most challenging times in their lives and fights to get positive results for everyone.

When Taragh isn't working on client cases she enjoys spending time with her family, riding horses, and volunteering. 

FOLLOW US
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn