In this episode we welcome special guest Christine N. (Little) Shepherd, one of the co-founders of Smith & Little LLP. Christine shares her journey of what inspired her to create a firm that is all about doing law differently and rethinking the way that law firms deliver services to clients. Christine unpacks some of the myths about couples moving in together or living with your significant other. We talk about some of the reasons why you may want to consider utilizing a cohabitation agreement. It is all about eliminating the unknowns and taking the mystery out of it all, it’s about getting clear with your intentions when it comes to how your financial lives will be integrated. Do you need a formal cohabitation agreement? This episode provides great insights on what you may want to consider when it comes to cohabiting.
About the Guest:
Christine is a founding partner at the Calgary based law firm Smith & Little LLP, a boutique firm offering family law and civil litigation services. Christine and her partner, Kelly Elizabeth Smith, are passionate about doing law differently and rethinking the way that law firms deliver services to clients. It was this passion that led them to found Smith & Little 4 years ago. They have thrown out all of the old status quo billing models and take a fresh approach to the delivery of legal services. One of the cornerstones of their approach is their unique billing model which is not based on the billable hour but instead offers fees based on the value of the services delivered.
Christine and Kelly strive to be known for the excellence of their work while remaining down to earth and approachable. Good quality legal advice doesn’t have to be stuffy or unapproachable!
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About the Host:
I am a financial expert, who specializes in helping people to achieve their financial goals. My absolute passion is creating new possibilities in people’s lives by showing them the ropes when it comes to money. I’m here to spark healthy and positive conversations around wealth and investment and create a world where nobody is limited by their financial situation. I believe this begins with education and shifting our relationships with money. I love getting to witness people achieving their most ambitious goals and creating new possibilities for themselves and their families!
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