It can be hard to know if you should file a lien or caveat against property, whether you should sue in Provincial Court or in the Court of King's Bench, whether your action is properly filed in the civil, family, or surrogate Court section or any other number of things that are just the preliminary to getting your law suit started. If you need to start a law suit, we can help.
You filed your claim, served it on the other party and received a defense. Now what? Do you need to make applications for third-party records, should you Question the other party? What do you need to disclose to the other person or their lawyer? If you have started an action and are feeling lost, we can help.
You have just been sued, you have a small window to defend yourself or risk losing outright. Should you defend the action, file a Demand for Notice? Does the claim even make sense? Is the litigation abusive? These are all very hard questions to answer. If you have been served a claim and need answers or a strategy, we can help.
What do you need to give to the other side and when? If you don't disclose records to the other side will you be able to rely on them at Court? What if you don't have the records or they are in the possession of another person? What should you get from the other side? If you have questions about what you need to produce to prove your case, we can help.
Are you prepared to go to Trial? Do you know how to examine your witnesses, who to call up to the stand, or how to cross-examine their witnesses to ensure that the adjudicator understands your perspective? Should you go to mediation? Arbitration? What is a pre-trial conference? These are all questions that people unfamiliar with the legal process need answered. If you have any of these questions, we can help.
Congratulations! You won your Court case and now you have a Judgment against another party. Now how do you get your money or remedy? If you don't know what to do after successfully obtaining a Judgment, we can help.
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