Small Claims

There are several reasons as to why you can take someone to Small Claims Court, but here are three key reasons:

1.Acquire money that is owed to you under an agreement.
2. If you were harmed by actions committed by someone else.
3. Retrieve goods that you believe belong to you.

Small Claims Court matters should be taken very seriously. There is the potential to sue for a large sum of money. For that reason, here At D. Reid Paralegal, I do not want to just work for you, but with you, as your partner in your quest for justice. I will present you with honest answers, not theories, and be with you every step of the way. Throughout the process, I will be able to help you through this stressful time in your life and acquire the truthful answers that you deserve.

Small Claims include:

  • ​Judgment enforcement / Unpaid debts
  • ​Defective Workmanship
  • ​Lawsuits regarding Mortgage disputes
  • ​Lawsuits regarding brokerage or agent fees (mortgage and real estate)
  • ​Settlements
  • ​Wrongful dismissal
  • ​Lawsuits regarding promissory notes and loans
  • ​Contract disputes
  • ​Personal injury / Damage to property
  • ​Financial Services

Defending Claims:

D. Reid Paralegal doesn’t only advocate on someone’s behalf, but I will defend a claim against you. Lawsuits should not be ignored. The case will simply go on without you being able to tell your side of the story. Allow D. Reid Paralegal to provide you with competent, dedicated, and passionate representation that meets your needs and interests.

The advantage’s in having D. Reid Paralegal represent you in legal matters, is the ability to have peace of mind of knowing that your needs will be met on a professional, affordable and reliable level. My expectations of you are to provide all documents and information that is relative to your matter so I can advocate for you with the best results possible.

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David A. Reid Paralegal Associate
Browne & Associates Legal Services

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