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Toronto lawyers practice law in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Toronto lawyers are members of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Toronto lawyers may also be members of the Toronto Lawyers Association, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Criminal Lawyers' Association, the Advocates' Society, the Ontario Bar Association, and the Canadian Bar Association.

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The Lawyer Referral Service of the Law Society of Upper Canada is a very good way to find a Toronto lawyer who practices law in Toronto and the surrounding region, if you don't know which field of law you need help in. Please note that only very short 30 minute maximum consultations can be given for free. The service is not appropriate if you require an opinion of the merits of your case in a complex area such as drunk driving law.

Each Toronto lawyer may have an office in Toronto or an office outside of Toronto, perhaps in the Greater Toronto area. The Greater Toronto Area includes Mississauga lawyers who practice in Toronto Courts, Oakville lawyers who practice in Toronto Courts, Brampton lawyers who practice in Toronto Courts, York Region lawyers (including Newmarket lawyers who practice in Toronto Courts, and Durham Region lawyers (including Pickering lawyers, Ajax lawyers, and Oshawa lawyers) who practice law in Toronto courts.  

Each Toronto lawyer is a barrister, solicitor, and notary public. Toronto barristers are Toronto lawyers who go to Toronto and other courts. Toronto solicitors are Toronto lawyers who don't usually go to Court but spend most of their time in their Toronto offices or working elsewhere in Toronto with Toronto business law clients, Toronto real estate law clients, Toronto commercial law clients, Toronto property law clients, and Toronto corporate law clients. 

Toronto courts serve Etobicoke, North York, and Scarborough. Toronto lawyers also attend court in Brampton courts, Oakville courts, Burlington courts, Milton courts, Orangeville courts, Newmarket courts, and Oshawa courts. There are many other courts in the greater Toronto Area.

Toronto family law lawyers act as Toronto solicitors when they draft separation agreements but act as Toronto barristers when they go to Toronto Family Court in Toronto child support applications, Toronto child custody applications, and in applications requesting that the Toronto Courts divide up property. In many ways Toronto divorce lawyers act as Toronto solicitors rather than Toronto barristers when they settle property issues in a separation agreement and draft and file divorce applications which don't require  a custody, access, or support order. Toronto family law lawyers help their family law and divorce clients throughout Ontario.

Toronto wills law lawyers act as Toronto solicitors when they draft wills and powers of attorneys but act as Toronto barristers when they conduct estate litigation in Superior Court where estates are contested. In many ways Toronto estates lawyers act as Toronto solicitors rather than Toronto barristers when they file uncontested probate applications. Toronto wills law lawyers help their wills and estates clients throughout Ontario.

Toronto business law lawyers help their corporate and commercial law clients throughout Canada and around the world. Toronto business law lawyers help clients establish and maintain businesses in the Greater Toronto Area.

Toronto litigation law lawyers, including Toronto civil litigation lawyers and Toronto criminal litigation lawyers attend Court throughout the Greater Toronto area. Toronto civil litigation lawyers litigate civil matters in Ontario Courts. 

Toronto real estate law lawyers advise their clients respecting Toronto and GTA real estate transactions, mortgages, leases, and property rights including commercial real estate and residential real estate. 

Toronto criminal law lawyers are Toronto lawyers who practice Toronto criminal law in the Greater Toronto Area . In Toronto, Ontario we don't usually refer to "Toronto Attorneys" but rather "Toronto lawyers" or "Toronto barristers". "Attorney" or "Attorney-at-law" is terminology used in the United states.  "Toronto DUI Lawyers" is terminology used by the public, but not usually by Toronto impaired driving lawyers or Toronto over 80 lawyers. For an explanation the term "Toronto DUI" see the link below.

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