FOR A CONSULTATION
330 Highway 7 East
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
We have taken an innovative problem solving approach to finding legal solutions for problems arising in your personal or business life. We carry a social conscience to recognize that all those in need of legal service do not have the financial resources to pay for the hourly rate of experienced lawyers.
Our group effort can match a medium sized law firm with use of constantly developing technology including Drop Box, Skype and Google Drive.
Our group practices in various areas of law providing help when it is most needed.
My name is Jay Chauhan. I am called to the Bar in Ontario, Canada, England and India. My academic background includes LL.B. and J.D. degrees from Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Barrister at Law from Lincoln’s Inn, England, B.Sc. (Economics) from London School of Economics and Master’s Degree from Technical University of Berlin in Development Economics.
I have over 40 years of experience as a Richmond Hill Lawyer as well as a Deputy Judge. I continue to write many articles in magazines and create YouTube Videos to educate and prepare both lawyers and clients for their legal procedures.
My consulting service including supporting new lawyers to launch their legal practices and also providing voluntary articling positions to deserving candidates.
Publications & Speeches
29 April 2016
As seniors we need to think about what we do with our estates, which are all the assets we own. We need to decide who we give it to. The Ontario Law permits each one to make full disposition of one’s assets to the beneficiaries on wants to. The only exception is when you are looking after someone and they are your dependants we need to ensure that the dependants are in your will...
3 May 2016
Ontario inherited the English Law which solves family problems in an adversarial legal system requiring each party to make allegations against the other resulting in hostility and considerable anguish to the spouses and children. Statistics Canada confirmed that about 42% of the marriages in Ontario end in divorce in 2008 and about 70% of the litigants in family courts are self represented as the cost of lawyers is too high...