Service: Steps to Justice

Description (Service) COVID-19 -- Updates on the law and legal services on

Online legal information on common legal problems including family law, housing law, employment law, refugee and immigration law, criminal law, youth criminal law, income assistance, health and disability law, abuse and family violence, human rights, debt and consumer rights, tribunals and court, finding help from lawyers and paralegals, French language rights, wills and powers of attorney
  • plain language
  • links to checklists, forms and practical guides
  • information and referral for legal and social services
  • live chat for additional questions
Guided Pathways, -- series of online interviews to assist in filling out court forms
  • pathway asks questions and puts answers into required form, questions include information as to what is needed
  • Family Law Guided Pathways for divorce, separation, children, support and property issues
  • Guided Pathway for Housing for tenants with maintenance and repair problems and tenants who are owed money from their landlord
  • Guided Pathways to create a simple will or power of attorney for personal care or property
Service Details
Hours Online Chat English -- Mon-Wed 11 am-1 pm, 2 pm-4 pm, Thu 11 am-1 pm, 7 pm-9 pm</br>Online Chat French -- Mon-Thu 12 noon-1 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Boundaries Ontario
Eligibility Open to all

Residency Requirements: Ontario
Application Not applicable
Languages English; French
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Toronto
Address & Map
180 Dundas St W
Suite 506
Toronto, ON
Canada M5G 1Z8
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Physical Access Not applicable
Contact Information
Social Media Facebook Facebook:
Twitter Twitter:
Primary Contact Julie Mathews, Executive Director

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