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Small Claims Court

The current limit of the Small Claims Court is $25,000.00. Many litigants choose to sue in small claims court even if what they are owed is slightly higher then $25,000.00, as the cost to proceed in the higher court is greater and the process more time consuming.  D&D Associates Paralegal Professional Corporation has assisted our clients in all areas of the law, including unpaid accounts, damage claims or negligence – we can help!

Although the Small Claims Court was designed to be a “people’s court” with the amount at stake it is becoming more and more important for a litigant to understand the rules of the court and the law relevant to their case.  D&D Associates Paralegal Professional Corporation has knowledge of the Small Claims Court rules, procedures and most importantly the various laws and legal principals.

Whether you need to sue or are being sued, we offer our clients a free initial consultation. During the consultation we will review your case and give you an honest opinion regarding the strength or weakness of your case. We will also provide you with our fee schedule giving you a realistic understanding of what your legal costs will be, so that you can make an informed decision.

Further, once you have obtained a Judgment, D&D Associates Paralegal Professional Corporation has the knowledge, experience and resources to increase your chances of collecting on that Judgment in an efficiently and cost effectively.

Do you have an Order from an Ontario Board or Tribunal, such as the Landlord and Tenant Board? We can help you enforce that Order through the Small Claims Court.

We have the staff and technology to efficiently service our corporate clients. Please ask about our volume-based corporate fee schedule.

We provide the following services in an efficient, cost-effective and ethical manner:

– Consultations
– Preparation of demand letters,
– Preparation of Court Documents, i.e. Plaintiff Claims, Defences, Notice of Motion, etc.
– Representation at Court for all required attendances such as settlement conferences, trials, motions, etc.
– Enforcement of Judgments and Board or Tribunal Orders, i.e. Notice of Garnishment, Examinations, Writ of Seizure and Sale, etc.
– Filing Judgments and/or Orders with a Credit Bureau
– Skip Tracing
– Corporate searches
– Driver’s License/Vehicle searches
– Case law research