The Corrective Justice Legal Service began February 1, 2013. Their motto is all about helping you navigate your legal matters. Some of their services include, but are not limited to: landlord and tenant, small claims court, traffic tickets, assisting other paralegals and lawyers with matters, court documents, court appearances, etc. The company has participated with community events as sponsors, such as, Carleton Place BIA, Perth BIA, and charities.
Paralegal- a person trained in subsidiary legal matters but not fully qualified as a lawyer
Howard Kelford & Dixon is a full-service law firm first established in 1976. For more than 35 years the firm has provided a broad range of legal services to individual, corporate and municipal clients. With six lawyers and 12 support staff, we are the largest law firm in Eastern Ontario outside of the cities of Ottawa and Kingston.
Our office is located in the restored heritage building at the corner of Beckwith Street and Main Street in downtown Smiths Falls.
Founded by Michael J. Quigley in 1970, Michael V. Ross joined the firm in 1977 with Michael R. Cliffen joining shortly thereafter in 1979. The newly formed partnership became Quigley Ross & Cliffen.
Michael J. Quigley left the firm in 2001, following his appointment as a Judge of the Superior Court of Justice.
Tim Ray who acted as legal council with the firm, was also appointed a Judge of the Superior Court of Justice in 2008.
In addition to our Law Office in Smiths Falls we also have a branch office in Athens, Ontario, to better serve our clients in the Leeds & Grenville area.
Our Smiths Falls office is located at the “Old Post Office”. We are a Heritage site built in 1894 by the Ministry of Public Works at a cost of $18,416.00. The plans of Thomas Fuller, Dominion Architect, included heavy masonry, steep roofs and wide semi-circular arches for the windows and doors. The postal use of the building was discontinued in 1964 when the Roman Catholic Church acquired the building and used it as a high school until 1978 when the law firm moved into the building.