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Legal documents are located in the main reference area on the second floor and most can only be used in the library. Calling 1-800-ATTORNEY (1-800-288-6763) will put you in touch with a lawyer in your area who is familiar with your state`s laws, is willing to listen to your concerns, and can explain the options available to you. Calls are answered 24 hours a day! Pro Bono Ontario is committed to helping Ontarians meet their day-to-day civil law needs. If you can`t afford to pay for a lawyer, call our free legal helpline for up to 30 minutes of free legal advice and assistance. The toll-free number is 1-855-255-7256. The Law Society of Ontario offers a non-binding lawyer placement service. The service will provide the name of a lawyer who can help you with a free half-hour consultation before you decide if you want to hire that lawyer to work for you. Provides information on more than 1,000 legal topics in the 40 different areas of law specific to each province of Canada, in 107 languages. A 24-hour tonal version of this service is available by calling (416) 929-0054. Many government programs offer free or discounted legal assistance to people on a budget. If you have a legal problem and need legal help, please consider using one or more of the following services.
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The following links provide information to help you find a lawyer or paralegal to help you with your case, as well as general information about the court system and various legal issues. Legal Aid Ontario provides legal aid to low-income people in the province. In Toronto, call 416-979-1446, elsewhere in Ontario, call 1-800-668-8258. We found that people are often afraid of lawyers and what they charge for their services. There is a misconception about how much is expected of you to receive legal services from a law firm. In fact, there is so much misinformation that most people don`t realize that in many cases it is possible to get free and inexpensive legal assistance.