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Youth Legal Services
You should know that our services are free, if you are between 12 and 25 years old. Our Legal Services Coordinator is available to answer your questions by referring you to the right place. Whether it’s about your job, a problem with your landlord, family, criminal, immigration or more. Also, you can have access to many useful resources on site that can help you better equip yourself. For example, what are the steps to take to get rid of a debt, or simply what are the steps to take to challenge a ticket. So, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call us and/or come directly to our offices. If necessary, the coordinator is also available to accompany you to court, his presence will only be for moral support and not to give you legal advice.
Clients of any age are welcome to take advantage of advice and/or information from the volunteer lawyers at our legal clinics. We have a team of 10-12 volunteer lawyers with different areas of law expertise. Appointments are for half hour consultations (or fifteen minutes, with some lawyers). We ask for a suggested donation of $20 to help support additional legal services for youth.
Our legal clinics are on Wednesday and Thursday between 7pm to 9:30 pm. Please give us a call to book an appointment.
Commissioner of Oaths
You can now have access to a Commissioner of Oaths at Head & Hands. The Commissioner of Oaths is someone who can witness signatures for affidavits or documents that require by law to be under oath. For example:
Letter of authorization for travel
Document for name change
Suggested donation of $5 for these services. Do not hesitate to email the Legal Coordinator (email@example.com) for questions or to set up an appointment.
Can’t get into the Head & Hands clinic? Try out these other community organizations instead:
YWCA Legal Clinic
514-866-9941 ext 293
MILE END Legal Clinic
99 Bernard Ouest
(4pm to 7pm)
1st come, 1st serve