KMM Lawyers are highly experienced in many areas of civil litigation, including but not limited to contractual disputes, personal injury, medical malpractice, professional negligence, wrongful dismissals, discrimination law, action against public authorities (e.g. police for wrongful arrests and detentions), malicious prosecutions, libel, slander and defamation. Our knowledgeable and experienced paralegals and attorneys can assist you in litigating all Small Claims, Superior Court matters or appeals at all levels of the courts.
Our team handles all aspects of family law, including but not limited to prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, and representation in divorce, access, custody and child apprehension cases at all levels of courts.
We handle commercial, residential and construction transactions such as leases, assignments, purchases, sales and all aspects of mortgages. Our lawyers have vast experience in real estate conveyancing, litigation, negotiations and mediations
We offer robust defence in all criminal cases whether they are matters of investigations, summary and indictable offences, trials, or appeals.
With our expertise and experience, KMM Lawyers can lead you through the process and facilitate your successful immigration to Canada. Our services include Permanent Resident Applications, Work and Study Permits, and Appeals. KMM Lawyers help high value clients and corporate entities set up investments and obtain immigration status in foreign jurisdictions such as Canada, United States of America and other countries.
KMM Lawyers provide diligent, efficient and cost-effective services in drafting Wills and Codicils, Powers of Attorney, estate administration, probates and appear in court for beneficiaries, estate administrators or trustees in contested and uncontested estate matters. We also assist parties negotiate with insurance companies and financial institutions in order to liquidate assets and/or bequeaths. Our team also act as estate administrators when instructed to do so.
Natural Resource Rights
KMM Lawyers work diligently and ethically to get the best deal for our clients regarding their land rights, treaty claims and expropriation deals. The focus is on corporate law and indigenous rights in order to create a sustainable economic development and prosperity for the people.
Self-Governance and Independence
This KMM Lawyers’ core area of practice targets fragile communities in African, Caribbean, Asian and Latin American countries who have attained self-governance without economic, cultural and/or political independence. With vast natural and human resources, the Aboriginal people of Canada, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, the Congo, Brazzaville and Kinshasa, South Sudan, Angola, Sierra Leone, etc. still face abject poverty due to unfair mining and exploration deals, corruption and instability. Our team helps to make self-governance and independence real, through structural and institutional transformations to Self-Governance and Independence.
Our team of lawyers handle all aspects of constitutional law including concerns regarding the federal/provincial division of powers and challenges arising under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. We work to reduce constraints on the inherent sovereignty of the people and help them use the applicable constitutions, laws, treaties and agreements to their advantage.
Human Rights Law
We handle all aspects of human rights law, including workplace discrimination; wrongful dismissal; access to education, healthcare and public services; and representation at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
KMM Lawyers believe in the most cost-effective and stress-free alternative dispute resolution mechanisms and use experienced neutrals to explore all avenues to protect our clients’ rights, investments and resources within these mechanisms as much as reasonably justified if these are either statutorily mandated or when litigation is not in the clients’ best interests.
Where Knowledge and Experience Create Success
CANADA - Toronto
3100 Steeles Avenue West Suite 503, Toronto, ON L4K 3R1
P: (905) 760-6006
F: (647) 417-7111
Mon – Fri: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.