Me Sophie La Salle


Me Sophie La Salle is a graduate of the University of Montreal as a Bachelor of Science and Social Work. Subsequently, she completed a bachelor's degree in civil law at McGill University and obtained a second cycle diploma in notarial law at Laval University in Quebec.

McGill University has awarded her the HE Herschorn scholarship for the excellence of his academic record. Me La Salle has been practicing her profession since 2000 and her fields of practice are mainly real estate, inheritance, family law and non-contentious procedures.

Me Leliane Villeneuve


Me Léliane Villeneuve obtained her law degree from the University of Montreal in 2009. Subsequently, she obtained her second cycle diploma in notarial law, also at the University of Montreal. She completed her studies in 2010 and joined La Salle & Villeneuve, notaries in February 2011.

The same year, she joined BNI Mont-Tremblant Elite, where she met several experienced and very active business people among the Tremblant population. In the fall of 2012, her involvement extended to the Chamber of Commerce, where she chairs the jury for the 2012 Gala of Excellence. Me Villeneuve is particularly interested in business law, real estate law and personal law.

Me Ginette Marinier


Graduated from the University of Sherbrooke in 1981, Me Ginette Marinier first settled in Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, in the Laurentians, where she led her own study for many years. Thereafter, she worked in the Mont-Tremblant region before joining, in 2010, La Salle & Villeneuve, notaries.

Specialized in real estate law, Me Marinier also offers her services for the drafting of wills and protection mandates, inheritance regulations, matrimonial agreements and non-contentious procedures.

Me Catherine Spénard


Me Catherine Spénard obtained her diploma in paralegal technology at Ahuntsic College in 2002. Passionate about law, she continued her studies at the University of Quebec in Montreal and obtained her law degree in 2005. Subsequently, she completed a second cycle diploma in notarial law at the University of Montreal. She first practiced in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts before joining La Salle & Villeneuve, notaries in 2014. Her areas of practice are real estate, family, inheritance and non-contentious procedures.

Me Pascale Corbin


Me Pascale Corbin obtained her law degree from the University of Montreal in 1998 and her master's in notarial law in 1999.

After a few years of practice, she opened her own study which she managed for fifteen years before joining the firm of La Salle & Villeneuve, notaries. Her areas of practice are real estate law, wills and protection mandates as well as the solemnization of marriages.