Services

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Here is a list of services offered by our paralegals, if you have questions about anything that is not on this list, feel free to give us a call and we will always endeavour to assist and lead you down the right path! 

Motor vehicle accidents & personal injury

  • Car Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Public Transit Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents

There are no upfront fees, we don’t get paid unless you are rightfully compensated!

Traffic Tickets & other Provincial Offences

There are a wide variety of tickets and fines relating to provincial offences, including the Highway Traffic Act, Municipal By-Laws, Dog Owner’s Liability Act, the Fire Code and more. While a conviction under the Provincial Offences Act may not show up on your criminal record, the fines and penalties (including imprisonment) can be substantial, some of these offences, which include but are not limited to:

  • Speeding
  • Careless Driving
  • Disobeying Traffic Signs
  • Failing to Wear a Seatbelt
  • Trespassing
  • Driving Without a Permit
  • Public Intoxication
  • Parking Infractions

small claims

As of January 1, 2020 the Ontario Small Claims Court now has a monetary jurisdiction of up to $35,000.

  • Breach of Contract Disputes
  • Slip and Fall/Injury Claims
  • Renovation Disputes
  • Collection of unpaid accounts
  • Return of Personal Property
  • Dog Bites; and more.

commissioners of oath's

Our licensed paralegals are available to legally administer oaths, affirmation, and declarations (for example to a person making an affidavit) in relation to documents which require it. 

Landlord & tenant disputes

Coming soon…

notary public

A Notary Public serves as an official witness to the execution of contracts, agreements, and a large array of legal documents. A Notary may also certify documents to be true copies of the original. A Notary also has the authority to administer oaths, solemn affirmations, and declarations that are used for affidavits and statutory declarations. Please note that you must sign in the physical presence of the Notary for her to notarize your signature.