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Mr. Small Claims Court and this website provides education pertaining to the Ontario Small Claims Courts for general educational purposes only and from which can arise no solicitor-client relationship or any liability in any form to Mr. Small Claims Court, Jordan Farkas, Access Professional Directories Inc. and their related entities or persons as a result therefrom. By submitting your information to us either through an inquiry form on any page, or via the phone or a blog post or article you have shared, you agree to allow us to release your information to any third party as we deem fit including, but not limited to paralegals, students, employees or independent contractors, other lawyers, etc. or by using your question (not name) as the subject of an article we may publish online or with independent websites, blogs or news agencies. Mr. Small Claims Court,, and any derivation thereof are names, intellectual property or otherwise belonging to Access Professional Directories Inc.

Please note that due to the large volume of inquires we receive, we cannot possibly respond to all of them. As well, at times, an inquiry may arrive in our spam or junk folders without realizing.  In any event, we reserve the right to contact and not contact anyone, within our sole discretion. If we do contact you, please bear in mind that the consultation is NOT free legal advice.  A consultation is simply a matter of listening to the main facts of your case and informing you as to whether or not we believe, at the time, that we can assist you with your case and to have a discussion of our fees and service. If we believe we can assist that does not guarantee you will be successful in your claim, of course. All consultations are done by phone and are between 9 am- 4 pm. if client cannot have consultation at time available to us, we reserve the right to not do the consultation.

Please be mindful of any potential limitation periods or deadlines to sue (generally 2 years in Ontario from discovery of a claim unless it is against a municipality or city, etc. in which case it may even be a matter of days, but it depends on the circumstances) or defend against a small claims court lawsuit, as we have no way of knowing about any such deadlines with your particular small claims court case by the receipt of this simple consultation form or email from you. Therefore, if you have an urgent pending deadline or even if you are unsure, ensure to meet it or contact a different legal professional and do not let it lapse even if you do not hear back from us.

Please note that reporting of case victories does not guarantee that you will receive similar decisions in your favour necessarily. Each case depends on its own specific facts.

Please be advised that some of the information on this website may be outdated or otherwise unintentionally misstated, and you should therefore check with the necessary Small Claims Court or a competent lawyer or paralegal in the jurisdiction pertaining to your issue, to ensure the accuracy of anything you read.