FAQs
January 30, 2012

Yes, absolutely. The currency will simply be converted to Canadian dollars at the appropriate exchange rate.

January 30, 2012

Yes. The period is generally two years, though this can sometimes be shortened or extended, depending on the particular case.

January 30, 2012

Absolutely. We can come in at any stage. However, we advise against beginning the process by yourself and only retaining representation for a trial. The initial paperwork is central to the entire process, and it might be more difficult to reach a successful resolution if the claim or defence is not professionally prepared at the […]

January 30, 2012

In many cases, we can handle the entire process over phone, e-mail, fax, and other technology. For traffic offences and tenant evictions, your presence will usually not be required. For criminal matters and small claims, your presence is almost always necessary. We can begin the process using technology, but you may need to be present […]

January 30, 2012

This depends on your case. For traffic tickets, your appearance is usually not necessary. Small Claims, criminal, and disability cases do require your presence.

Testimonials
Sylvie, Toronto

I really appreciated your attention to details, your level of preparation which was impressive, and enthusiasm. I am really happy we have Spectrum Paralegal in our corner. Thank you for being the champion of our small claims court!