The Neolegal lawyers are all members in good standing with the Ontario Bar. They are selected on their ability to quickly and simply deliver the best advice possible.
After purchasing a service, you will receive credentials for your legal portal. Through the portal, you can transmit documents, receive information, and communicate with our team. Customer service will be at your disposal to answer any questions throughout the process.
Neolegal is committed to providing you with fast and efficient service. Nevertheless, if you realize after your purchase that this product does not suit you, you will be fully refunded or we will offer a more suitable product. This guarantee does not include services already rendered by our lawyers.
As a customer with Neolegal, all information and communications with Neolegal are covered by attorney-client privilege. It is the obligation of a professional to not share the confidential information entrusted to him or her by a client.
By consulting a lawyer, you can clarify your rights in a specific situation, determine the legal process best suited to your case, and better understand the legal intricacies within Ontario and Canada.
Here are some tips to get the most out of your consultation with your lawyer:
- Have a goal in mind:
Whether you are thinking of suing someone, wanting to know your responsibilities as a seller, or understanding your rights for a particular situation, going into your consultation with a goal in mind will streamline the call and allow you to receive complete information.
- Prepare your questions in advance:
We advise our clients to prepare a list of questions prior to their consultation. In doing so, you will ensure all your questions are answered promptly.
- Gather all relevant documents:
It is important to disclose all pertinent information concerning your situation, specific and even compromising. Your lawyer will not judge you and all your exchanges are protected by attorney-client privilege. Providing these details will allow your lawyer to tailor their advice to your needs.
Your lawyer will ask you to explain your situation and your expectations for the call. They may pose seemingly minute questions, with the purpose of better determining the legal remedies available to you.
You can consult a lawyer in several different cases. Most people think of talking to a lawyer only when they have received a demand letter or are already being sued. In general, it is advisable to consult a legal professional before making an important decision such as buying a property, signing a contract, or if you plan to sue a person or entity in court. If you want to consult a lawyer for professional reasons, do not hesitate to visit our corporate packages.
Our lawyers can offer you custom packages to draft your legal proceedings in order to meet your specific needs.
Usually our lawyers do not represent clients in front of the Superior Court for family matters. We invite you to contact us if you need representation and we will assess possible solutions.
Yes, our lawyers can draft an out-of-court settlement agreement through our custom packages in accordance with your needs.
Yes. The negotiation package with a family lawyer does not include the drafting of an agreement, but our lawyers can draft a joint agreement in your file, as part of a tailor-made package.
Although each case is unique and treated accordingly, a commonly followed procedure includes:
An uncontested divorce is adventageous for its duration and cost. This type of divorce occurs when there are no outstanding issues that would hinder the process of divorce, such as the disagreement of parental custody, spousal support, or the division of assets. Both parties may resort to mediation in order to find common ground favorable to all.
A contested divorce is one in which both sides cannot agree upon certain factors or if one side does not agree to a divorce.
We are available from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The entire Neolegal team is located in Canada.
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