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Choosing a Lawyer

Once the charges have been laid and a trial date set, you may want to obtain a lawyer, especially if there are children involved, if your abuser has a lawyer and if you think you may need help. A lawyer will make sure that everything is prepared properly. The sooner a lawyer is found, the better it will be for you as you can start preparing for your case immediately.

 

 

If you can afford a lawyer, you may find one through a Lawyer Referral Service, the yellow pages or family & friends may refer you to one. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you can contact Legal Aid Ontario in which they will assist you through a number of programs and services.

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This site is not intended to replace the need for counselling. The information provided is intended to inform the viewer, giving information to help you be informed to make the best decision possible for you and your family. Please, always seek professional help and legal advice if you find yourself in an abusive situation.