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A lawyer can help you understand your rights, represent you in court, and draft legal proceedings.
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A lawyer can represent you free of charge or for a maximum of $800 if you qualify for legal aid.
Commissioner for Oaths
The Commissioner for Oaths allows you to sign a document under oath.
You can also find a Commissioner for Oaths by using the search engine provided by the Ministère de la Justice du Québec.
A bailiff can, among other things, deliver legal documents and seize property or money.
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A family mediator helps you reach an agreement to settle the consequences of your separation.
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A notary can, among other things, help you understand your rights, draft amicable separation agreements, formalize the sale of a house, and prepare wills.
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A guidance counsellor can help you reflect on your career choice or your return to the job market.
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Psychologist and psychotherapist
A psychologist or a psychotherapist can help you better understand your emotions and provide you with tools to resolve your personal, family, or marital problems.
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Marriage and Family Therapist
A marriage and family therapist can help you improve or re-establish communication in your relationship or family.
Find a marriage and family therapist (website on French only - Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec)
A social worker can help you find concrete solutions to overcome your interpersonal, organizational, or functional challenges. He or she can also conduct a psychosocial assessment as part of a legal proceeding.
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An actuary can help you assess the partitionable value of your retirement plans, investments, and publicly traded shares. He or she can also make a projection of your income. This information is sometimes necessary in a legal proceeding.
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The chartered appraiser independently evaluates the market value of a property.
Find a chartered appraiser (website in French only - Ordre des évaluateurs agréés du Québec)