About Third Street Law
We have a vision to make accessible, creative family law available to every family in our community. Located in beautiful downtown Cobourg we’re passionate about our community and the people who live here.
Our mission is to provide exceptional legal advice, guidance and care for our clients through a unique culture of service excellence, innovation and teamwork. Respect, collaboration, integrity and compassion are paramount in all we do.
We recognize the dignity and worth of our clients, their families and each other.
All lawyers are members in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario and Northumberland County Law Association.
Exceptional legal advice, guidance and client care
Shared vision: a unique culture of service excellence, innovation and teamwork
Core values: respect, collaboration, integrity, innovation, compassion
Core service values:
- We recognize the dignity and worth of our clients, their families and each other
- We listen to you and offer expert guidance
- We offer our clients hope, strength and compassion with our caring, non-judgmental approach
- We creat innovative, effective and responsive solutions
- We engage with our clients in a collaborative team approach to service
- We are dedicated to being available, approachable and accessible
- We communicate with our clients on a regular and timely basis
- We participate in local efforts to bring positive change to our community
Ann Logan, LLB
Ann Logan has over ten years experience in family law.
Ann has practiced in family court in Cobourg, Oshawa and Peterborough, advocating on her clients’ behalf through the court to secure a resolution in all areas of dispute including custody and access, child support, spousal support and division of property.
Ann provides alternative dispute services such as 4-way meetings to assist her clients in arriving at a negotiated separation agreement.
She is qualified in collaborative law and a member of the Kawartha Collaborative Practice serving Cobourg, Lindsay and Peterborough.
Ann will be pleased to assist you in preparing a marriage contract or cohabitation agreement to protect you and your assets should your relationship break down in the years ahead.
Ann helps guide unrepresented family law parties through her services as duty counsel at Cobourg Family Court.
Ann was honoured to serve on the board of directors of the Northumberland Hills Hospital Foundation from 2006, culminating in her role as chair of the board from 2011 – 2013.
Ann is currently a community member of the Northumberland Hills Hospital Board of Directors. She serves on the Governance and Quality and Safety committees.
Stefanie Rudd, B Comm, JD
Stefanie Rudd graduated from Queen’s University Law School and completed her Articles under Ann’s supervision before joining the firm as an Associate. Ms. Rudd is now a Partner with Third Street Law.
Stefanie has accumulated a wealth of unique management experience, largely in the hospitality industry.
Stefanie has managed events with hundreds of guests and dozens of vendors, as well as businesses with multi-millon dollar revenues.
She is comfortable in high pressure situations and has demonstrated a talent for assessing problems with competing priorities while identifying and negotiating solutions.
Her experience in business is an advantage that provides a greater understanding of a client’s perspective.
Stefanie recently returned to her hometown of Cobourg after living and working in Toronto and Montreal for more than a decade.
Stefanie is a member of the Cobourg Rotary Club, President of the Rebound Child & Youth Services Board of Directors, and Vice-Chair of the Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre Board of Directors.
Stefanie is also a trained family law mediator.
Jessica Vriend, B.A., M.Leg.Sc., LL.M.
Originally from Prince Edward Island, Jessica obtained her law degree at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland, followed by a Master of Laws at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Ontario. Jessica was called to the Bar in Ontario in 2017 and joined Third Street Law as an Associate in 2018. Jessica articled with a Toronto-based environmental litigation firm, gaining valuable advocacy experience.
Jessica supports access to justice as a member of the Legal Aid Ontario panels for family law and child protection law, and through her work as duty counsel at Cobourg Family Court.
Community involvement is important to Jessica. While studying law, she volunteered as a blogger for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association – Pro Bono Students Canada blog, Rights Watch, researching and writing about civil liberties issues. She also volunteered with the Law in Action Within Schools (LAWS) program, supporting the success of high school students in north-west Toronto.
Jessica is involved with Northumberland County United Way, and is looking forward to finding other ways to contribute to the local community.
Jessica’s practice is focused on Family Law, Child Protection Law, and Wills and Estates. Jessica recently obtained a certificate of completion for the Osgoode Intensive Program in Wills & Estates.