Associate and certified mediator
Adnana Zbona is a lawyer in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution group and focuses her practice on family, personal and estate law, including divorce, separation, child custody, partition of property and child and spousal support. She has represented parties in cases involving filiation and grandparents’ rights of access to grandchildren.
Her practice covers every aspect of family, personal and estate law, including negotiating out-of-court settlements, reviewing and drafting proceedings and representing clients before the courts. Since she was sworn in, Ms. Zbona has appeared before the Superior Court and pleaded before the Court of Appeal of Quebec. Over the past years, she has participated in settlement conferences that have resulted in disputes being resolved.
Before joining the Litigation and Conflict Resolution group in 2021, Ms. Zbona shared her practice between family and immigration law. Practising immigration law led Ms. Zbona to represent parties before the Federal Court and the Immigration and Refugee Board.
She is also a mediator at the Court of Québec, Small Claims Division.
Professional and community activities
- Volunteer at the Concordia Student Union Legal Information Clinic
- Certified mediator for small claims mediation, 2018
- LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2015
Boards and Professional Affiliations
- Member of the Association des avocats et avocates en droit de la famille du Québec (A.A.A.D.F.Q.)
- Member of the Association québécoise des avocats et avocates en droit de l’immigration (A.Q.A.A.D.I.)
- Certified mediator