Falls Law Group Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries, is a professional corporation located in Bracebridge, Ontario practicing in Muskoka and the surrounding districts of Simcoe and Parry Sound.

Falls Law Group was honoured as “Reader's Choice Favourite Law Firm” in the Bracebridge Examiner two years running (2014 and 2015).

We provide services in the following legal areas:

Real Estate Law


Criminal law

Municipal Law

Aboriginal Law

Family Law

Estate Administration

Corporate Law

Civil Litigation

Notary Services

Through creativity, efficient use of technology, and a team approach,
we provide quality legal solutions on a wide range of matters.

We accept Legal Aid certificates for family and criminal matters.

“Falls Law Group have provided myself and my family with professional service and are very friendly, knowledgeable and supportive!”
-- Tammy G., client

The People

Cara Valiquette


Cara Valiquette, Lawyer

Cara graduated from Ryerson University with an honours degree in Commerce, major in Business Management, then earned a Juris Doctor degree at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. Cara was honoured as “Favourite Lawyer” in the Bracebridge Examiner's 2014 Reader's Choice Awards.

Before opening her practice in Muskoka, Cara worked for the Ministry of the Attorney General, Legal Aid Ontario, and as an associate lawyer at a number of private firms, including in M’Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island. She practices general law with a focus on civil and family litigation, real estate, wills, and indigenous legal issues. She also represents children on behalf of The Office of the Children's Lawyer, Ontario.

Cara sits on the Board of Directors of Muskoka Futures, a Community Futures Development Corporation.

Jay Herbert


Jason Herbert, Lawyer

Jay grew up in Toronto where he worked in the construction field until he graduated with Honours from York University with a specialist degree in history. He then earned a Juris Doctor degree at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. Jay was honoured as “Favourite Lawyer” in the Bracebridge Examiner's 2015 Reader's Choice Awards.

During law school, Jay gained valuable experience while working at the Scarborough Crown Attorney's Office. He then moved to rural Northern Ontario to work at a law firm on a First Nation reserve. Jay has practiced law in Muskoka for a number of years with a focus on criminal, family law, civil litigation and indigenous legal issues.

Jay is a member of Rama First Nation and an elected trustee of the Coldwater Narrows Land Trust. He is also an accredited member of the National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association. When not practicing law, Jay enjoys hiking, going to concerts and playing in the Bracebridge Men's Fastball league.

Mallorie Malone


Mallorie Malone, Lawyer

Mallorie graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Master of Arts in Political Philosophy, and earned her Juris Doctor degree at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law.

During law school, Mallorie worked as a student caseworker at Downtown Legal Services student clinic, in the Criminal Division. She also assisted self-represented family litigants with Pro Bono Students Canada's Family Law Project. She represented U of T at the International Competition in Mediation Advocacy (2013) and at the national Kawaskhimon Aboriginal Moot (2014).

In the summer of 2012, Mallorie received the prestigious Donner Fellowship working on indigenous legal issues with the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. The following summer, she received the equally prestigious Callwood Fellowship, developing an indigenous legal aid clinic with Falls Law Group.

Mallorie was recently honoured as “Favourite Lawyer” in the Bracebridge Examiner's 2016 Reader's Choice Awards.



Danielle Bertin, Lawyer

Danielle graduated from the University of Victoria with a double major in Political Science and Environmental Studies. She earned her Juris Doctor degree at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law.

During law school, Danielle volunteered her time to assist unrepresented family litigants with the Pro Bono Students Canada’s Family Law Project. She was also involved with a number of student groups and sat on the executive board of the Indigenous Initiatives, the Windsor OUTLaws, and the Environmental Law Society.

In addition to her volunteer work, Danielle has worked with the Windsor-Essex County Poverty Reduction Strategy on issues of poverty and social policy and for Legal Aid Ontario in the areas of criminal and family law.


Theresa Huemiller
Law Clerk


Tiffany Johnston
Law Clerk


Rebecca Whiteside


Johnny Larocque

“From start to finish it was the best experience I had encountered. Needless to say, they helped me out and the situation was settled in our favor.”
-- Lynda H., client

“I simply can't recommend Falls Law enough. Patient, knowledgeable and very considerate of their clients needs.”
-- Nicole C., client

The Place

Falls Law Group is located in Bracebridge, Ontario. We provide general legal services and representation to individuals, businesses, and corporations throughout Muskoka and the surrounding districts of Parry Sound and Simcoe.

255 Manitoba St, Bracebridge
Ontario P1L 1S2

Telephone: 705-645-3007 / Fax: 705-645-3998