We offer legal advice and assistance in various areas of law.
Social (administrative) law relates to decisions rendered by a government department or agency.
Family law governs family relations and relations between persons related by blood or marriage.
Succession law governs the transfer of a person’s patrimony upon death, whether or not they made a will.
Civil law covers all of the rules included in the Civil Code of Québec.
Housing law governs the relations between landlords and tenants of dwellings (apartments, rooms, houses).
Employment law concerns, among other things, the rules applicable to professional relationships between employers and non-unionized employees.
Unfortunately, for the time being, we do not provide any services in the following areas:
Criminal and penal law deals with criminal offences under the Criminal Code and penal offences under various other laws.
Immigration law governs the right of foreigners to enter, stay, work or study in Canada.
Business law governs the legal relationships of enterprises, partnerships, corporations and their executives.
Collective labour relations law concerns the rules applicable to the professional relationships between employers and unionized employees.
Youth law includes child and adolescent law, youth criminal justice and adoption.
The law of persons comprises the rules surrounding a person’s existence, fundamental rights and capacity to exercise them.