By doing business with a lawyer, you'll get sound advice on how to assert your rights and you'll be sure you’re dealing with a trained professional whose practise of the profession is supervised by the Barreau du Québec. We offer many tips to help you get the best service from your lawyer, from the very first time you meet to the moment you receive your invoice.
A lawyer is your best ally for asserting your rights.
When you hire a lawyer, you can be sure you will get sound advice, while also being well protected.
To report a person who is pretending to be a lawyer or who is unlawfully practising law, you can file a complaint with the Barreau.
In order to practise law in Québec, a person has to be a member of the Barreau du Québec.
Here are the steps you should follow as well as some sound advice to help you get the best service from your lawyer, from your first meeting to the moment you are billed.
There are three main ways in which lawyers bill for their services: a flat rate, an hourly rate and a percentage fee.
The Barreau’s activities and the practice of the profession are governed by laws and regulations that the Barreau has gathered and made available to you in the Recueil de documentation professionnelle.
Whether you're dealing with a family situation, a latent defect, a dismissal, a rental problem or a lawsuit, a lawyer or lawyer-mediator can help you. Consult the referral services to find the lawyer or lawyer-mediator you need, near your work or home, for the area of law you are dealing with.