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|Alexandre Martel, LL.L. & LL.B.
Bilingual Barrister and Solicitor
Accepts Legal Aid Certificates in the following areas: Family, Immigration and Criminal law
Alexandre Martel is a highly qualified lawyer dedicated to helping individual clients deal with
serious legal issues. Nothing is more fundamental for an individual than his or her family, home, job
or citizenship status.
This is why Mr. Martel focuses his practice in the areas of family and real estate law, employment law and immigration law.
Ontario and Quebec
I practice mainly in Ottawa (Ontario) and Gatineau (Quebec).
|Norka Zagazeta Garcia , B.Sc., LLB
M. Norka Zagazeta Garcia received her Bachelor in Science from the University of Toronto in June 2001 and obtained her J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan, USA in May 2004.
Norka was called to the Florida Bar in April 2005 and practiced in Miami, Florida for a few years exclusively in the area of Immigration Law.
Norka completed accreditation proceedings through the National Committee of Accreditation in Ottawa (NCA). Norka worked and articled in a leading Toronto Immigration law firm that provided Canadian and US immigration services to individuals and corporations. She co-founded Zagazeta Garcia LLP.
She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association and Peel Law Association. Norka is also a member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association), Florida Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.
|David J. Rotfleisch, C.A., LL.B.
Income tax is the first love of lawyer David J. Rotfleisch. He has a long track record in advising businesses in start-up situations, including non-residents either moving to Canada or setting up subsidiaries in Canada.
Because of David's computer and IT background, he has also assisted many businesses in software development and other high tech fields in claiming Investment Tax Credits for eligible research and development. Tax litigation, for income tax or GST from the Notice of Objection stage through the Tax Court and into the Federal Court of Appeal, for individuals and corporations, rounds out the tax practice.
The following list highlights the main areas of business practice:
*Incorporations *Shareholders Agreements *Leases
*Purchase and Sale of Business
*Joint Venture Agreements
For Tax returns here's some
|Lorne Fine, BA, LLB
Lorne fine graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School. He has
been practicing family/divorce law since 1992. He is a founding
partner at Belmont, Fine & Associates, Barristers & Solicitors. Lorne has
offices in North York, Scarborough and Vaughan. Lorne practices family
law/divorce law exclusively. Lorne can provide services in all areas
of family law/divorce law, including, but not limited to: Divorce,
separation agreements, and pre-marital agreements
Obtaining child and spousal support orders
Restraining, harassment and molestation court orders
Custody, access and guardianship
Variation of agreements and court orders
Division of family property and orders freezing assets - please feel
free to contact law directly for your free initial consultation.
|Barry Nussbaum, J.D. , M.B.A.
Barry Nussbaum is a member of both the Ontario and New York Bars, and also has an MBA from the Schulich School of Business. Mr. Nussbaum has broad legal experience including the areas of commercial litigation, debt collection, immigration labour and employment and tax. He regularly appears in numerous courts throughout Ontario.
In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Nussbaum was an associate at an international consulting firm, where his focus was to provide international tax consulting services to Canadian multinational companies.
Barry Nussbaum focuses on three areas of practice: criminal law, civil law and family law, committed to improving the lives of clients by providing efficient, cost-effective, and quality legal services.
Barry will not only help protect your rights, but fight for your best interests in any situation.
|Rishi Singh Bhasin, B.A. (Hons.) LL.B.
Rishi Singh was born in Toronto, Ontario. He has attended: York University and the University Of Western Ontario. He is a member of the Criminal Lawyers Association, Canadian Bar Association and Law Society of Upper Canada.
Before opening his law office, he completed his articles and was an associate, focusing on civil litigation matters. He also worked as a full-time Duty Counsel in North York and therefore has significant experience in criminal matters.
Mr. Singh provides expert legal advice and protects the rights of individuals facing criminal charges. Mr. Singh has written numerous articles on the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Mr. Singh represents clients in Bail Hearings and Criminal Matters in Toronto, Markham, Vaughan, Kitchener, Richmond Hill, Brampton, Kingston, Mississauga, Oshawa, Burlington, Oakville, Etobicoke, Barrie, Hamilton, Guelph, Belleville, and throughout southern Ontario. As a strong advocate of social justice and human rights, Rishi Singh understands and is motivated by the pursuit of justice.
Rishi Singh represents clients in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto and throughout Ontario. His criminal law practice includes the defence of fraud, theft, assault, drug offenses, and other serious charges.
He is proficient in Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.
|Tushar K. Pain, L.L.B.
I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Toronto and graduated from law school at the University of Alberta. Following my call to the bar in Ontario, I started my own practice in Toronto.
I practice exclusively in the area of criminal defence law and am a member of the Criminal Lawyers' Association and the Law Society of Upper Canada. I have appeared at various levels of court including the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice and, The Court of Appeal for Ontario.
There are basically two types of defences: (1) the discovered defence - those that lie within the facts awaiting discovery and, (2) the developed defence - those that develop through the course of the case. An example of a discovered defence is self defence. This defence would be argued based on facts that had transpired before the charge. The defence lies within the facts waiting to be "discovered". An example of a developed defence is getting your charge "thrown out" because of unreasonable delay in getting to trial. This defence did not exist at the time the charge was laid. It was "developed" following the incident. Although different in nature, both types of defences require diligence, persistence and thoroughness in preparation on the part of the lawyer in order to become part of a winning strategy.
|Anya Tamir, BA, LL.B
York University - Osgoode Hall Law School LL.B., Law - 2004 – 2007
Cleveland State University - B.A. (Hons), Psychology - 1998 – 2002
Focus: brain disorders, post-traumatic stress, clinical and neuropsychology
I am a lawyer representing accident victims and their families. I also act on behalf of insureds in long-term disability disputes. I appeared at all levels of Ontario Courts and in front of FSCO tribunal.
I come from a background of personality psychology and biological sciences.
Prior to becoming a lawyer I worked with individuals suffering from a variety of organic and/or traumatic brain disorders, drug dependency and chronic pain.
We have 25 years of experience in representing drivers, cyclists and pedestrians who were injured in various types of accidents.
We also represent individuals who were denied disability benefits and employees who lost their jobs.
Groups and Associations:
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, Advocates Society, Simcoe County Law Association, Golden Key Honours Society, Psi Chi (The International Honours Society in Psychology)
|Konstantine Chatzidimos, BBA, LLB
Konstantine Chatzidimos graduated from Osgood Hall law School in 1999. Bachelor of Business Administration degree from York University's Schullick School of Business in 1996.
Konstantine was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2001. he is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, The Hellenic Canadian Board of Trade.
Konstantine has Quarterbacked numerous complex secured commercial transaction and manages a robust estate administration practice.
Konstantine has assisted in all manner of litigation.
Fluent in both written and spoken Greek, Konstantine practices primarily in the area of real estate, corporate and estate planning.
|George Karahotzitis, L.L.B.
George’s practice is devoted to general litigation with an emphasis on matrimonial
litigation and matters involving commercial disputes.
George Karahotzitis was admitted to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2002.
graduated with an L.L.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2000. He is a member of the
Canadian Bar Association, The Metropolitan Toronto Lawyers Association and the Hellenic
Canadian Lawyers Association.
|Marlon Michael Roefe, LL.B.
My practice is geared towards meeting the needs of my business clients, with a focus on business law, litigation, intellectual property and private international law. I have been published in the area of offshore bank secrecy and tracing proceeds of crime. In addition to the typical areas of law usually associated with the focus of my practice, I am able to bring the experience of having represented clients in cases involving family law, estates and estate litigation, criminal law, false advertising, fraud, and defamation.I have practiced law and acted as a trade mark agent in the Province of Ontario, Canada since 1981.
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