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In an era of complex legal challenges, Toronto-based Grigoras Law stands out with a client-centric approach, delivering exceptional results by comprehensively understanding multiple areas of law. We don’t just practice law – we master its interconnections to champion our clients’ diverse needs.
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Why Work With Us?


Undaunted by legal battles, we stand firm behind our clients, whether claimants or defendants. Our track record speaks volumes: from securing pivotal victories to defending against significant allegations. With our team, you'll always have a reliable ally at your back.


In every endeavor, we handle diverse legal cases, from intricate transactions to high-stakes litigation. With smart strategies and our expertise, we consistently secure victories, navigate risks, and champion our clients' causes with unwavering commitment.


Our team combines vast knowledge across diverse legal fields, delivering comprehensive, tailored counsel. We steadfastly embrace growth, adapt to legal trends, and focus on client success, expertly managing your legal needs with skill and integrity.

Our Team

Our seasoned team seamlessly merges vast legal experience with dedication, excelling in litigation and intricate commercial matters with unparalleled expertise.

Denis Grigoras

/ Civil Lawyer

Practice Focus:

Defamation, Commercial Litigation, Business Law

Rachelle Wabischewich

/ Civil Lawyer

Practice Focus:

Commercial Litigation, Business Law, Dog Bites & Attacks


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The Intake Form is designed to give us a preliminary understanding of your legal matter. We use this information to conduct a conflict check and to determine if your case falls within our areas of expertise. While submitting this form does not guarantee representation, it is an essential first step. We will follow up on your submission either by email or phone to provide further guidance.