A. Perlman Paralegal Services
Allen Perlman has been collecting outstanding accounts and representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants in small claims court for over 20 years. He is a licencee/member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and a member of the Paralegal Society of Ontario.
Allen has been helping clients get what is rightfully theirs. Allen has dedicated himself to helping clients in the following areas of law and business:
- Debtor/Creditor matters
- Breaches of contract - for example
- Wrongful dismissals
- Non payment of promissory notes
- and others
- Breaches of tort law (civil wrongs) - for example
- False Imprisonment
- Civil Fraud
- and others
- By-law disputes
To talk to Allen about any of these or other legal matters call him now at (416) 399-4826. As long as what you are calling him about is within his scope of practice, he will be glad to assist you.
If Allen is representing you as a creditor, he wants you to obtain all the monies that are owing to you from your debtor.
Allen is not only skilled and adept in collecting money whenever possible without having to go to court but, when the need arises, he has the necessary qualifications and experience to represent his clients in court. Allen has over 20 years of experience in small claims court and he will use all of that experience, knowledge and expertise in making use of the small claims court process to collect your money.
If Allen is representing you as a debtor,he wants you to pay only those monies that you owe and in a manner that you can afford. He will work diligently to negotiate a fair settlement for you with your creditor.
Small claims court handles all claims for money and/or the return of property valued at up to $25,000.00.
It is important to note that the Limitations Act, 2002, limits the time that you have to proceed with court action to two years for most matters. Although there are some exceptions, the rule of thumb is that you have two years to commence an action from the date that a debt is discovered or acknowledged in accordance with the Act. Once the two year period passes, if you haven’t started an action, you may be statute barred from doing so. Please keep this in mind so that you do not inadvertently lose your right to recover monies that may be owing to you now or in the future.
If the judge has already ruled on your case, call A. Perlman Paralegal Services now at (416) 399-4826 to plan your next steps.