Small Claims Limits
The monetary jurisdiction of the Small Claims Court is prescribed
by regulation under the Courts of Justice Act. As of April
1, 2001, the jurisdiction of the court increased from $6,000 to its
current level of $10,000. The Ontario government has announced that
the monetary limit of the Small Claims Court will be increased from
$10,000 to $25,000 in January 2010.
Small Claims Court
Paralegal and Small Claims Court
Ontario Small Claims Court Paralegal Services
Paralegal services for your Ontario Small Claims Court
representation and requirements. Our in-depth knowledge allows us to
successful manoeuvre through the intricacies in filing claims and
dealing with items associated with Ontario's Small Claims Court system.
Other Paralegal Services that we provide
We offer other paralegal services that can help you save, time effort
How Goodman Paralegal Services Can Help
- We are here to be of service to our clients.
Providing excellence in legal services is our top priority. Our
commitment to the highest professional and ethical standards is the
foundation for the services we provide.
- At Fredrick Goodman Paralegal, we focus on
serving our client’s litigation needs and achieving the best
possible results in the most efficient and cost effective manner
possible. Our strength lies in managing intricate litigation files.
- Litigation always has its attendant
uncertainties and vagaries; the ultimate outcome is most often
difficult to predict. We strive to make you aware of the challenges
and the possible outcomes.
- We are well-known in the legal profession
as an experienced, dependable and professional provider of legal
services, in the Small Claims Court, the Provincial Offences Courts
and most of the tribunals in Ontario, such as the Landlord and
Tenant Board, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission and the
Appeal Tribunal. We are frequently consulted and retained by law
- Our written and oral advocacy is based upon
careful legal research and attention to detail.
- The firm is licensed to provide paralegal
services by the Law Society of Upper Canada and is a member of the
Paralegal Society of Ontario.