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CMVR: notaries, lawyer  & mediators

Delighted! CMVR is a team of notaries, lawyers  and mediators, in the Montreal region, which has forged a reputation for quality in the field of real estate, estate settlements, wills and mandates of incapacity, family mediation, divorce or for help you start or update your business.



After obtaining her bachelor's degree in psychology at UQAM in 2006, Me Carrière-Marleau decided to apply her interest in relationships in a field that involves logic and norms. This is why she began her studies in law at the University of Montreal in 2007. Then, considering that the notarial profession constitutes the most human field of law, she completed her Diplôme d'études Notariale (DDN) at the Université of Sherbrooke.


By her empathetic and calm nature as well as by her great listening skills, Notary Carrière-Marleau has forged a reputation for quality towards her clients, making her a valued professional. As a notary, she will always be available to advise you and allow you to make informed decisions at all stages of your life.

Magali Drouin, LL.B. LL.M., notary

Magali Drouin has been working for CMVR NOTAIRES, ATTORNEYS AND MEDIATORS since the summer of 2018 as a legal intern. Graduated in April 2018 from the bachelor's degree in law and in 2019 from the master's degree in notarial law from the University of Sherbrooke, she was sworn in as a notary in April 2020.


Hard-working and conscientious, Magali has the best interests of clients as a priority and will be able to conduct your files in a rigorous and impartial manner while providing personalized service according to your needs.  Whatever your request, she will take the necessary time to guide and enlighten you.


Élodie Léger, LL.B. LL.M., notaire

Me Geneviève Duclos Paré completed her law studies at the University of Ottawa in 2014. As soon as she was admitted to the Quebec Bar, she opened her office where she focused her practice in family law. She represents her clients in disputed cases at the Superior Court relating to custody, child support and divorce applications.

Building on her experience as a litigator, Me Duclos Paré joined the CMVR notaires firm in 2019 and obtained her accreditation in family mediation. Listening to her clients, she is keen to find appropriate solutions for each of them.



Notary Vachon Roy completed her studies in Civil Law at the University of Ottawa and completed her Master's degree in Notarial Law. Notary since 2012 and member of the Chambre des notaires du Québec, she has also completed the necessary training to become a family mediator.


Founder of the CMVR notaires business, she has contributed to its growth and has also been teaching future real estate brokers at the Collège d'Enseignement de l'Immobilier since 2019.


Her preferred fields of practice are human rights, family mediation, real estate, non-contentious procedures, as well as commercial law. Listening to her clients, she will be able to offer you sound advice for all occasions.


Andréanne Bérubé, LL.B. LL.M., notaire

Andréanne Bérubé a terminé son baccalauréat en droit à l'Université du Québec à Montréal en décembre 2019 et sa maitrise en droit notarial à l'Université de Sherbrooke en 2021. Elle fut assermentée en tant que notaire au début de l’année 2022.

De nature calme et réservée, Andréanne vous mettra en confiance durant ces événements qui peuvent parfois être de l'inconnu pour certains d'entre vous. Elle a à cœur le bien-être de ses clients et les conseille afin qu’ils prennent des décisions éclairées.


Claudia Maheu, avocate

Me Claudia Maheu est membre du Barreau du Québec depuis 2014 et médiatrice familiale accréditée depuis 2018. Elle est également membre du Jeune Barreau de Montréal, de l’Association des avocats et avocates en droit familial du Québec et de l’Association de médiation familiale du Québec.


Me Maheu consacre sa pratique à la médiation familiale et aux modes de règlement à l’amiable.


En plus de son expérience et expertise en droit de la famille, Me Maheu est une ancienne enseignante à l’école secondaire, ce qui lui permet de bien comprendre et connaître la nature des enjeux entourant les enfants.


Geneviève Duclos Paré, lawyer

Me Geneviève Duclos Paré termine ses études en Droit à l’Université d’Ottawa en 2014. Dès son admission au Barreau du Québec, elle ouvre son bureau où elle concentre sa pratique en droit familial. Elle y représente ses clients dans des dossiers contestés à la Cour Supérieure relatif à la garde, la pension alimentaire pour enfants et les demandes de divorce.

Forte de son expérience à titre d’avocate plaideuse, Me Duclos Paré se joint à l’étude CMVR notaires en 2019 et obtient son accréditation en médiation familiale. À l’écoute de ses clients, elle est soucieuse de trouver des solutions appropriées pour chacun d’eux


What is a notary?

All your life, you are called upon to make important decisions that produce legal effects.


Just think of marriage, divorce, buying property and financing it, forming a business, writing a will, and so on. However, faced with the proliferation of laws and their growing complexity, you cannot measure and assess the legal implications of such decisions yourself.


By training in law, the notary can help you make informed choices.

Our colleague Laurence explains the role  of a notary.

Why do business with a  notary?

The notary being a jurist with an obligation of impartiality by virtue of his status as a public officer, we say of him that he is a jurist of the cartel. His role is to protect all parties and to work to find the most equitable and directed solution according to their needs. Compared to lawyers, the notary stands out because he directs his actions according to a preventive intervention in order to avoid working in the field of conflicts.

In the course of a lifetime, it is inevitable that couples, families or companies need to use the services of a notary and therefore he becomes an important ally for them.

Because of his skills, the notary is there to advise you legally and to enable you to make informed choices with full knowledge. Consulting the notary, only to make an informed decision, will avoid future conflicts and litigation that can prove costly.


In addition to his status as a public officer, the notary gives the documents he signs an authentic character and therefore a document which itself is proof of its content, its accuracy and the signatures it contains. In addition to this advantage, the notarized document cannot be lost or altered, because it will be kept in the notary's office in perpetuity even after the cessation of his practice.

CMVR Notaries: our  specialties
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