A paralegal has the required expertise to provide legal services to the public, much like that of a lawyer.
In Ontario, Paralegals have been licensed by the Law Society of Ontario, since 2007.
Paralegals are recognized as officers of the court.
Paralegals can appear before certain lower-level courts, administrative commissions, boards, and tribunals.
Paralegals are presently NOT licensed to offer legal services in family Law!
We offer a complete client focused service in whichever legal forum you choose or are required to use.
For example, if you wish to pursue the recovery of a debt. We will
We offer full legal services for the following matters:
As an alternative to full legal services we also offer unbundled services. This is where we will assist you at any stage(s) during the legal process, in whatever legal forum you maybe in.
This option is for those that are comfortable and capable with performing part of the legal process.
To learn more of the unbundled legal services we offer, check out our services page.
Often people will just need a document commissioned, which is a sworn statement made to a commissioner of oaths. As a paralegal we are able to offer this service.
Often people require documents to be notarized, which is a have certified copy of an original document. As Notaries we also offer this service.
When individuals lend money to others sometimes they offer property as collateral. We can verify the property as lien free and to register a lien against it on your behalf.
To register a business as a Ontario limited liability or a corporation can be quit overwhelming. This is another service we offer to people.