Find a Lawyer Near Me Referral Service
HOW DOES CANLAW'S
FREE LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE WORK?
Frequently Asked Questions FAQs
Is There Any Charge For CanLaw's Lawyer Referral Service?
No! This CanLaw service is free of all charge. There is no obligation whatsoever.
How Do I Get Help For My Problem?
Just fill in and submit this simple Find a Lawyer Referral Service form. CanLaw uses your form to find a lawyer or lawyers for you.
CanLaw lawyers who are interested in taking your case will contact you by email or phone exactly as you requested, at the time you requested.
Why Do You Need All This Information?
Lawyers need the information so they can determine if they have the right experience to help with your legal problem.
What Does CanLaw Do With The Information?
CanLaw will refer your request to selected lawyers who have the experience and ability to deal with your issues.
Will The Information I Put On The Lawyer Referral Form Be Confidential?
Yes. Your information is encrypted when sent through email and will be kept confidential by CanLaw and all lawyers and other professionals on the system.
Will The Lawyers Responding To My CanLaw Referral Service Charge Me?
The lawyers' first response to your inquiry will be free.
They will email or phone you to briefly discuss your problem and their services with you .
Some, but not all, lawyers provide initial in-person free half hour consultations. Ask about fees or charges before you actually meet.
How Long Will It Take For A Lawyer To Get Back To Me?
You should have a response from one or more lawyers within one working day, as long as you provide sufficient detail and information to allow the lawyers to respond to you.
Am I Be Obligated To Hire A Lawyer By Using This Free CanLaw Service?
NO. The choice is always yours, and yours alone. You are under no obligation whatsoever by using CanLaw's free Lawyer Referral Service.
DO YOU HAVE A LEGAL PROBLEM? NEED LEGAL ADVICE?
CANLAW WILL HELP.
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FIND A LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE
Need legal advice? Find a lawyer anywhere in Canada today. Most offer free half hour consultations. Many take legal aid