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James L.

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1/18/20
Avoid this pathetic father/daughter shop by all means. These people are deceptive, dishonest, lack of integrity, and have no trustworthiness. The only take your case for their greedy needs instead of helping you.

Leora Wise concealed her important personal facts from the clients at the time she was retained. She aimed at her clients' pocket rather than helping them with the legal issue. She turned a simple straightforward case into a complex matter, only to serve the purpose to create the work irrelevant to the case and give her opportunity to bill her clients egregiously. She ignored her clients' objection and keeps rip them off in bag way. Then she quits abruptly after she pocketed large amount of money from the clients, but has done nothing for them.

When clients filed Order for Assessment with Ontario Superior Court of Justice to assess their outrageous bills, Roy Wise (the father of Leora Wise and the principle of the firm), attempted to ripoff the clients additional thousand dollars for his time to attend the hearing. This is absolutely illegal, and they received the warning from the Court Assessment Officer for their wrongdoing
1/16/20
it rejects true feedback and manipulate the thing on their own favorite, not in the interest of general public that they serve.

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