LVLO Advice for Life
Our vision is to provide quality legal services in a friendly, affordable, and comprehensive manner. This vision is one that finds its root in Michelle's upbringing and subsequent education.
Her goal is to provide comprehensive and affordable legal services to all who cross her threshold.
The personal touches Michelle offers simply encompass her desire to help people, answer questions, and/or find solutions that will lead to a comfortable and informative session. She prides herself in her honesty and respect to all.
Michelle was raised in Corbeil where her parents have lived and been actively involved since their move in the early 1980s. She has two siblings, Charles and her twin sister Danielle. Her parents, Michel & Pauline Lavigne, instilled in all their children a sense of honesty, integrity and respect. All wonderful building blocks that helped mold Michelle into the woman she is today.
Michelle attended grade school in Corbeil, and went on to graduate from École Secondaire Catholique Algonquin in 2000. In 2004, she graduated with Honours from l'Université Laurentienne, and continued her education at l'Université d’Ottawa in the French Common Law program, graduating in 2007. In 2008, she completed her clerkship at the Federal Court of Canada. That same year, Michelle was called to Law Society of Upper Canada.
Her law career started with a 10 year tenure with the Federal Government. Missing the “northern way” of life, Michelle and her fiancé, moved back to Northern Ontario in 2015. The next few years found Michelle creating a life in New Liskeard. She worked for 3 years at Ramsay Law Office. In 2015 Michelle married her fiancé, Pierre Vezeau. In March of 2017 they welcomed their first daughter, Brielle and in November of 2020 their second daughter, Kloé joined the family. She carries the roles of lawyer, wife and mother with grace, dignity and integrity.
In 2018, Michelle and Pierre decided it was time to move closer to Corbeil. They relocated their little family and she opened her own practice in North Bay. Since this latest decision, Michelle, has been busy renewing contacts and making new ones.
Michelle is a board member of the Alzheimer Society of Sudbury, Manitoulin, North Bay and Districts and the North Bay Regional Health Centre Foundation. She also offers regular sessions at the North Bay Library that educate people in various aspects of the law she practices.
You will find Michelle, who is fluently bilingual, to be an honest, reliable, and approachable professional with a desire to help and educate people.