We Are Invictus Legal

Invictus Legal LLP provides paralegal services in St Catharines and all the cities in the Niagara region and always works in your best interests.

Regions Served

Our team of paralegals works for clients across the Niagara region and across Southern Ontario. St Catharines, Niagara Falls, Welland, and Port Colborne are essential urban centres in the Niagara Region. St Catharines is the largest city in the region, with approximately 139,000 residents. Niagara Falls is the second city in the region, with a population of 89,000. The Niagara region is part of southern Ontario, 50 kilometres across Lake Ontario from the City of Toronto.

Invictus Legal LLP is based firmly in the heart of “The Garden City” and serves the Niagara region, Hamilton, Burlington and much of the Greater Toronto Area.

Invictus Legal not only serves the Niagara Region but also has clients in Hamilton, Brantford, Burlington, Mississauga, Toronto, Brantford, Kitchener-Waterloo and other cities in Southern Ontario

Legal Services to Serve You

Invictus Legal LLP provides affordable legal services throughout Southern Ontario.

We service client problems in respect of landlord and tenant law, contract disputes, tort claims, construction law, administrative law, mediation, business and commerce, criminal law (summary), traffic tickets, municipal violations (building and fire codes), and a wide variety of provincial offences. We also assist with accident benefits, disability claims, ODSP, WISIAT, and human rights matters.

The goal of Invictus Legal is to provide professional legal services that matter to you and to fight for you where you need it most.

Why use Paralegals? Should Paralegals be in Family Law?

At the present time, paralegals are not involved in Family Law matters.  However, an ongoing crisis has been noted in Family Law,  approximately 60% of people in family court have no legal representation. At their most vulnerable, the legal system is failing the average person in Ontario.  In response, the Attorney General and the Law Society of Upper Canada sought assistance from Madame Justice Bonkalo in considering whether persons other than Lawyers, i.e. Paralegals, should be providing legal services in Family Law.  Justice Bonkalo’s report has caused a stir in the legal community, consisting of 21 recommendations including the recommendation that Paralegals, properly trained, be permitted to provide some services in Family Law.  A link to that report is here.

Attached is a brief video clip from Bruce Parson’s recent appearance on Get Legal Milton Cogeco, where I discussed the issue with gracious host Samantha Glass, special nod to technical wizard Anthony Luongo. He did what he could to make me look good, no easy task!