Areas of Practice
Accident & Personal Injury Claims
You are entitled to accident benefits regardless of who caused the auto accident. You can make a claim if you were a driver, passenger, pedestrian, cyclist, or passenger on a bus or street car. You may also be entitled to sue for pain and suffering. Your insurance company will not provide you with the information you need to maximize your benefits. There are strict time limits on the commencement of each part of your claim.
YOU DO NOT PAY UNTIL WE SETTLE YOUR INSURANCE CLAIMS!
Corporate Law & Business Closings
All type of businesses require legal help to maximize their long term success. We are here to guide and advise your organization. We provide services in the following areas:
We practice mainly in the areas of Mortgage Remedies and Enforcement, Insurance claims and Real Estate Litigation.
When there are family disputes, seemingly simple matters can quickly become complex and potentially more difficult to resolve. We provide representation in all types of divorce and family law matters including:
Almost any decision made by immigration officials can be challenged either in the Federal Court of Canada or at the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) or Immigration Appeal Division (IAD).
Since 2010, we have represented many clients in appeals before the Federal Court and IAD. As an experienced immigration law firm, we can help you in your immigration appeal matters and attend hearings with you.
Real Estate Closings
Weather you are buying, selling, or re-financing a residential or a commercial property, we can help facilitate your transaction to best serve you. Since 2010, we have represented clients from a wide range of real estate closings including multi-million dollar transactions.
Wills, Estates, & Probates
Probate is the court process for when a person applies to be the Executor and obtains a Certificate of Appointment (previously known as “Letters of Probate"). This certificate is what grants the legal authority for the Executor to perform all the duties needed. The Executor/Estate Trustee is the named person who follows the will and distributes the estate. If there is no Last Will and Testament, then the Executor will follow the rules under the Ontario Succession Law Reform Act. We assist clients to obtain a Certificate of Appointment.