Practice Area

Small Claims Court

The Small Claims Court is a division of the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario, Canada. Individuals and businesses with financial disputes that total less than $25,000 are allowed to pursue justice in Small Claims Court. If your claim is over $25,000, however, you can still choose to handle your dispute in Small Claims Court by choosing to only collect up to $25,000 of the amount owed to you. Learn More

Highway Traffic Act Offences

If you are a driver of a vehicle, at some point or another, you will probably experience receiving a ticket for speeding or for some other traffic infraction. In Ontario, the Highway Traffic Act is the law that governs all traffic offenses, including permits, licensing and speeding. Ian Shemesh is a paralegal experienced in traffic offences of all kinds, including tickets for speeding Learn More.

Summary Criminal Offences

You’ve heard it before: “You are innocent until proven guilty.” However, if you are charged with a criminal offence in Ontario, you need to prove your innocence. Shemesh Paralegal can help you with your summary criminal offences. Summary criminal offences or summary conviction offences are offences that are discharged summarily or expeditiously, Learn More

Landlord and Tenant Tribunals

You’re a tenant. Your landlord frequently enters your apartment unannounced at all hours of the day, the rent has increased exponentially and you’re angry. Shemesh Paralegal Services can help you! You’re a landlord. Your tenant consistently pays the rent late, disturbs other tenants and has damaged the premises. Learn More

Human Rights Tribunals

Does your employer refuse to accommodate your handicap? Are you the victim of sexual harassment? Is there a landlord who refuses to rent to you because of your sexual orientation? If you are a victim of discrimination or harassment, Shemesh Paralegal can help you fight for your rights. Human rights, discrimination, and harassment claims are Learn More

Employment Tribunals

Everyone deserves to be treated fairly in their place of work. However, sometimes conflicts between employer and employer arise. This is where Ian Shemesh can be of service. In Ontario, the Employment Standards Act delineates the minimum standards with which both employers and employees must comply. Learn More

A paralegal can represent clients in:

  • Small Claims Court
  • Provincial Offences Court (court that handles traffic tickets and other provincial offences)
  • The Landlord and Tenant Board, (which handles tenant evictions)
  • Administrative tribunals (which handle things like disability appeals)
  • Many matters heard before the Ontario Court of Justice (which handles criminal charges)

Call (647) 531-3655 to Schedule an Appointment