How we’re unlocking virtual access to justice across Ontario

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KPA Lawyers - April 4, 2020

The world has changed, and so has access to justice.

In these uncertain and unprecedented times, it’s more important than ever that people can access affordable legal advice, from the convenience of their phone screens or home computers.

We want to do our part to help people get through this difficult time. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be temporarily suspending our consultation fees, which means that initial telephone calls with a lawyer are free.

New and current clients can enjoy the convenience of connecting with us on Zoom, available for iPhone and Android.

We’re also donating several hours of our time providing free legal information on Facebook Live and Youtube Live. You can see a list of our upcoming free online webinars by clicking here.

Since almost all of our services are being provided virtually, we are able to meet the legal needs of almost all 14.5 million people in Ontario. In fact, since invested further in our virtual services, we’ve seen a significant increase in Ontarians reaching out to us from across Ontario, from the Greater Toronto Area, to Ottawa, and all the way to Sault Ste. Marie.

We might be apart, but that doesn’t mean we can’t connect. Contact us if you have legal questions and need answers.

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