Grace George is a Licensed Paralegal, a Notary Public, and a Commissioner of Oath. A licensed paralegal in Ontario is a regulated profession, governed and licensed by the Law Society of Ontario.
Grace George has been practicing as a sole practitioner since 2016 and was in an LLP with 2 other professionals from 2014 to 2016. Prior to her current practice, she worked under lawyers from 2007 to 2014 before venturing on her own.
Her firm, GG Paralegal Services, represents clients resolutely and honourably within the limits of the law; raises issues fearlessly, puts forward every argument, and asks every question to help clients' cases.
GG Paralegal Services' legal services include but are not limited to:
Small Claims Court
The Small Claims Court in Ontario is a court of equity, meaning that the court has the authority to apply principles of equity instead of law. In 2010 the Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario increased the jurisdictional limit of the Small Claims Court to $25,000 before interest and costs recently this amount has been increased to $35,000.
GG Paralegal Services provides legal services to businesses and individuals in a timely manner and a successful resolution of their matters.
Provincial Offences/Highway Traffic Offences
Provincial Offences typically are issued in the form of a Notice and are either non-criminal or quasi-criminal, to which the responsibility of prosecution has been transferred from the Province to Municipalities.
The more common Provincial Offences include but are not limited to:
Highway Traffic Act, Dog Bite, Property Standard offences, just to name a few.
Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act - including failing to surrender your insurance card, or possessing a fake or invalid insurance card
Statutory Accident Benefits
Auto insurance is changing - what you need to do.
All owners of vehicles in Ontario must purchase a standard auto insurance policy.
Effective June 1, 2016, to help make insurance premiums more affordable, the benefits and coverage you receive in a standard auto insurance policy changed – some were reduced, and some options for increased coverage were eliminated or changed.
If you are involved in a car accident or have been denied accident benefits, please contact our office for referral to SWITZER LITIGATION - personal injury lawyer.
Landlord & Tenant Board
The Landlord-Tenant Board provides dispute resolution
to both Landlords and Tenants through the form of a
hearing. The board offers mediators to assist in a timely
The Landlord-Tenant board is a pseudo-court, meaning
that it sets out practice directions and procedures and
its decisions are binding.
We can represent either the Landlord or Tenant and guide them through the twists and turns of the system.
Animal Control Tribunal
The Animal Care and Control By-law (By-law No. 2003-77)
provides for a variety of regulations related to cats, dogs, livestock
animals, and prohibited animals in the City of Ottawa. Regulations
include leashing, the maximum number of pets permitted per household,
registration, removal of waste, etc.
When a dog owner is issued a muzzle order, the dog owner shall appeal the decision by requesting a hearing.
Human Rights Tribunal Ontario
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario is an administrative tribunal in Ontario, Canada that hears and determines applications brought under the Ontario Human Rights Code, the provincial statute that sets out human or civil rights
in Ontario prohibiting discrimination on the basis of a number of
grounds (such as race, sex, or disability) in certain social areas (such
as services, housing or employment). Any person who believes they have been discriminated against under the Human Rights Code may bring an application to the Tribunal.
Notary Public is part of the legal system in Ontario and is appointed by the Government of Ontario, more specifically by the Ministry of Government Services in Ontario.A notary public provides crucial and critical services to the general public such as:
- Document execution,
- Affirming the state of mind of all signees,
- Identifying fraud or coercion,
- Completing the notarial certificate on all documents,
- Verifying the identification of contract participants,
- Being present at the time of document execution,
- Witnessing contracts, loan documents, marriage certificates, and other legal documents,
- Certify photocopies of the documents as true images of the original document, and
- (Sometimes) handle closings for the mortgage industry.
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