We don’t offer free legal advice.  If you would like to retain our law firm for a paid consultation on legal issues affecting non-profits and charities, please contact us.

Please remember that e-mail communication is not confidential.  Sending an e-mail, or form, through this site or otherwise does not create a solicitor-client retainer and we are only retained once we have agreed to take on your matter and you have agreed to our retainer terms.

Blumberg Segal LLP
Barristers & Solicitors
2300 Yonge Street, Suite 1600
Toronto, ON M4P 1E4 Canada

Tel: 416-361-1982
Fax: 416-981-7600
Toll Free: 1-866-961-1982
E-mail: mark@blumbergs.ca

Blumberg Segal LLP is an Ontario, Canada law firm based in Toronto and we do not answer legal questions by phone, email or otherwise unless you have already retained our firm.

Typically an initial consultation for new clients will take 1 hour with a fee between $250.00 – $500.00 (plus tax), but it will depend on the complexity of your matter and/or which lawyer(s) you will be discussing the matter with.

If you only want free information you can find over 2500 blogs we have posted over the last 15 years on our various websites or you can call various government departments that offer that service.  We also have paid online events and recorded online courses with detailed information on certain compliance issues for Canadian non-profits and charities.

With 10 lawyers and additional support staff who focus almost exclusively on charities and non-profits, we don’t have a special “non-profit” rate and we don’t offer free services because you are a non-profit or charity.  Almost all of our clients are non-profits or charities and none of our staff are volunteers!

If you decide to retain our law firm further after your initial paid consultation, our legal fees are generally determined on an hourly rate basis and you will be charged on the basis of time spent at the hourly rate applicable to the lawyer or law clerk working on it.


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