Toronto virtual law firm expands practice areas
Wednesday, December 05, 2018 @ 2:23 PM | By John Chunn- The Lawyer’s Daily
Clearway Law has expanded its family and immigration law firm to include wills, estates and commercial law, CEO Alistair Vigier announced on Dec. 4.
The Toronto area virtual law firm opened June 1, 2018 and has since added two new lawyers, Victor Kasowski and Rajesh Mohan.
Kasowski has extensive commercial litigation experience and can assist clients to wind down complex financial deals or business assets when a family member dies. He advises on succession planning, wills and estates, family trusts and power of attorney or guardianship applications. He was called to the Ontario bar in 2003 and is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School.
Family and immigration lawyer Mohan advises on permanent resident or refugee applications, sponsorships, judicial reviews and appeals. Mohan is a graduate of the University of London (L.LB.) and an LLM from Bond University in Queensland, Australia. Mohan and ClearWay family lawyer Chantalle Sawision, who has a juris doctorate from Bond University, are skilled in mediation and arbitration, separation, divorce and support agreements and property and debt division.
ClearWay coaches self-represented clients, who pay for only the services they use.ClearWay is a green firm, with staff and board members who telecommute from Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary, Regina and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Consultations can be booked 24/7 and lawyers can meet anywhere clients prefer in the GTA.