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Toronto Legal Information
Toronto has a number of legal clinics and courthouses which may be able to assist you in better understanding your legal matters.
Legal Clinics in Toronto
There are a number of legal clinics located in Toronto which can assist you with your legal matter. Some of the legal clinics deal with certain legal issues such as the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario while others assist a certain demographic in society such as Justice for Youth and Children and the Metro Toronto Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic.
For more information about the legal clinics available to assist you in Toro
Toronto Courthouses - Criminal, Family, Civil and Small Claims Lawyers
There are 11 courthouses located in Toronto, some of which are multi-purpose and some of which only service one area of law. The Toronto courthouses are organized below by the areas of law that they service.
Criminal Law Courthouses in Toronto
The Toronto courthouses which hear criminal law matters can be found at the following addresses:
311 Jarvis St.
361 University Ave.
1911 Eglinton Ave East
444 Yonge St., College Park -2nd Fl.
1000 Finch Ave. West
2201 Finch Ave. West
60 Queen St. W. Old City Hall
At these locations, you may be able to speak with legal aid lawyers who may be able to determine if you are eligible for legal aid. You also find criminal lawyers from across Toronto at these courthouses who may be willing to assist you with you matters if you retain them.
Family Law Courthouses in Toronto
The Toronto courthouses which hear family law matters can be found at the following addresses:
311 Jarvis St. - Ontario Court of Justice
47 Sheppard Ave. East - Ontario Court of Justice
393 University Ave. -10th Fl. - Superior Court of Justice
In family law situations, you may need to go to either the Superior Court of Justice or the Ontario Court of Justice depending on your legal issues and the relief that you are seeking. A family lawyer will be able to better explain to you the differences as well as which courthouse in Toronto to go to.
Civil Law Courthouses in Toronto
The Toronto courthouses which hear civil matters can be found at the following addresses:
393 University Ave. -10th Fl.
330 University Ave.
Civil law matters may include contract disputes, debt collectons, construction disputes, personal injury matters, landlord tenant matters and product liability matters to name a few. A lawyer specializing in civil litigation from Toronto will be able to help you with your matter.
Small Claims Courthouses in Toronto
The Toronto courthouse which hears small claims matters can be found at 47 Sheppard Ave. East. Small claims matters are civil matters where the amount in dispute is $25,000 or less.