Kenneth Wolfson JD

Kenneth provides advice and structure for corporations and commercial enterprises to ensure continuity, governance, succession and compliance. He has assisted in corporate organization and reorganization, mergers and acquisitions as well as public and private financing.

A graduate of Ryerson University, Kenneth attended Osgoode Hall Law School.

Kenneth is a member of the Ontario bar.

Practice Areas:

  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Collections
  • Asset Protection & Creditor Proofing
  • Entertainment

Raquel Levine, B.Comm., JD

Raquel advises private businesses, professional corporations and not-for-profits on various corporate and commercial matters. She assists with contracts, leases, and managing their corporate structure and players. Raquel acts for owners on the purchase of a new venture or the sale of their existing business.  She works closely with senior management to identify opportunities while minimizing risks to the enterprise.  She also advises their owners on estate planning and real estate matters.

Raquel received her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, where she received the Dean's Gold Key Award. While at Osgoode, Raquel served as the editor-in-chief of the Obiter Dicta newspaper.

Prior to attending law school, she worked in the legal and audit departments of a national retail company. She graduated with distinction from McGill University with a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance). While at McGill, Raquel was active in The McGill Tribune, occupying the roles of writer, Features Editor and finally Managing Editor.

Raquel is a member of the Ontario bar.

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Call me to discuss:

  • Incorporation
  • Purchase or Sale of a business
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Shareholders' Agreements
  • Master Service Agreements
  • Minute Book Rectification
  • Wills + Estate Planning
Kristine Holder

Kristine Holder, BA MA LLb

Kristine practices in the areas of commercial litigation and bankruptcy law. She has represented debtors, creditors and trustees in both the Bankruptcy Court and the Commercial List. She has appeared before the Superior Court, Divisional Court and Court of Appeal. Kristine also assists and advises in family law disputes in which bankruptcy issues arise.

Kristine received her LL.B from the University of Western Ontario in 2001 and was called to the bar in 2002.

Call me to discuss:

  • Bankruptcy applications, discharge hearings, student loan discharges, proposal revivals.
  • Property disputes: failure to close, resulting and constructive trust claims, fraudulent conveyances and
  • reviewable transactions.
  • Contract disputes, including unfair competition and breach of confidence.
  • Shareholder disputes and oppression claims.
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