Charlotte Oger-Chambonnet is a dedicated and determined attorney with a diversified practice in family law and in civil and commercial litigation. Charlotte regularly represents clients before the Quebec Courts and Administrative Tribunals both in first instance and in appeal.
Charlotte’s practice focuses on divorce and family law cases, pertaining to custody, partition of assets, spousal and child support, common-law partners, and filiation. She has notably handled complex divorce cases involving important financial issues and raising questions of private international law. She has also represented common-law partners in cases in which one of the parties presented a claim for unjustified enrichment.
Charlotte also represents the interests of companies and individuals in the context of shareholders’ disputes and in various civil, commercial, and contractual disputes. Charlotte intervenes regularly in cases of defamation, oppression remedies, and injunctions.
Before joining Spiegel Sohmer, Charlotte worked in a boutique firm specialized in family law and in civil and commercial litigation, and prior to that, she worked as a law student in the Paris office of a leading global law firm.
Charlotte Oger-Chambonnet has been nominated in the Ones to Watch category for the Best Lawyers® 2023 edition.
De facto spouses in Québec: Do you need a cohabitation agreement? The Lawyer’s Daily (January 24, 2023)
Young Bar Association of Montreal
Young Governor of the Fondation du Barreau du Québec
Leader of the 26-35 Committee of the Parti Libéral du Québec
Member of the Executive Committee of the Liberal Association of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Board Member of the Fondation du Collège international Marie-de-France
President of the Alumni Association of Collège international Marie-de-France
2019 – J.D, North American Common Law, University of Montreal
2014 – LL.B., University of Montreal