Ana Kraljevic Law Firm

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We Have One Goal

To Provide The Highest Quality Legal Representation

Message from Ana Kraljevic, Founding Lawyer

Although my official title is that of a lawyer, I have always seen myself as a professional problem-solver.  Every case is different and requires a unique, nuanced approach where the lawyer examines the issues from every angle, applies the law to the facts, and develops a theory of the case that is aligned with the client’s goals.  When I meet with you, I will complete a detailed intake where we discuss strategy and potential outcomes. 

PRINCIPAL LAWYER

Ana Kraljevic

Founding Lawyer

Position: Founder and Principal

Practice Areas: Family Law, Employment Law, Civil, Wills and Estates, and Notary Public

Education: Juris Doctor, University of Windsor, 2012 Bachelor of Science, McMaster University (Undergraduate)

Call to the Bar: 2013

Professional Associations: Law Society of Ontario, Ontario Bar Association, Advocates Society

Practice Areas

Employment Law

Ana Kraljevic is a Toronto lawyer who provides advice and representation to individuals when reviewing employment contracts and provides counsel in workplace disputes, particularly relating to wrongful dismissals (terminations). She represents clients in employment law cases before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, Employment Standards (Ministry of Labour), Ontario Small Claims Court, and the Superior Court of Justice.

Ana has advised new and growing start-ups on the development of workplace policies that comply with employment standards, human rights, and occupational health and safety laws in Ontario.

Family Law

Ana provides legal advice to married and common-law individuals in relation to issues that arise from the breakdown of the relationship.  While she encourages a collaborative approach to mediating family law disputes, she also understands the need to advocate for clients using the adversarial process. She has regularly appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.

While at law school, Ana participated in the Hicks Morley Labour Moot.  She was awarded the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues Prize for the best submission. In addition, she spent a term at Legal Assistance of Windsor (LAW), a legal clinic where she provided legal services in the areas of social benefits for those in the community who could not afford a private lawyer.

After graduating, Ana completed her articles at a well know litigation firm where she participated in litigation across a variety of fields.  She complimented her knowledge base by teaching paralegal students at the college level in different practice areas, including employment law, privacy law, and torts.  As a Toronto lawyer, she focused on employer-side employment law with a focus on improving an employer’s legal position by transitioning medical and dental offices to proper written contracts.

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