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Ontario Tamil (தமிழ்) Speaking Lawyers

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Vinosha Abigail Thevarajah
Barrister & Solicitor Theva Law
Work 20 New Delhi Drive, Unit 99 Markham Ontario L3S 0B5 Canada Work Phone: 647-308-0517 Work Fax: 1-888-918-4382

Biography:

Vinosha focuses on residential real estate, wills and estates, business law and civil litigation.

Languages Spoken: English, Tamil
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