March 23rd, 2017 by SC (Mississauga)

I hired Jeffrey Mammon for a family court matter. My first impressions with his consultation were positive as I found Jeffrey very knowledgeable, well-versed and genuine with our circumstances. I hired Jeffrey and am glad that I did. His directions were clear and concise as well as all of his correspondence. Many other qualities of Jeffrey’s services are his professionalism, understanding, patience, and being straightforward. He is realistic with his explanation of what to expect with the family court legal process, forms, affidavit and possible outcomes. He prepared me for the worst as well as to be positive for the best case scenario – quality of being realistic. I am extremely grateful, satisfied and pleased with his services and would not have gotten the same results if I had done it on my own. I highly recommend Jeffrey to anyone who requires a lawyer with family court matters. His services are well worth the value. Chi-Miigwetch (Ojibway for thank you)

March 17th, 2017 by Gelman Client (North York)

I went with my parents to get their new Wills & POA documents. Natacha Leite took the time and effort to explain all the pertinent details to my parents in plain language that they could understand; my parents are seniors and while they both speak and understand English, they are not fluent. Natacha went through every clause in both documents to ensure that they understood all the details. Both my parents greatly appreciated that.

March 14th, 2017 by Gelman Client (Barrie)

I had a wonderful experience with Cindy Scharff (Barrie location). She was very personable, kind and took the time to explain the options in my case. Her professional service was well complemented with her customer service skills, and I really appreciated her help during that difficult time. I have since referred her to others.

February 23rd, 2017 by TA (Scarborough)

Irina Davis was extremely informative and very tolerant. She explained everything to me in layman’s terms. I found family law to be complicated until the rules were explained to me. Very impressed with my lawyer and would definitely recommend to others.

January 18th, 2017 by LS (Toronto)

I want to thank Jeffrey Mammon so much for his guidance and assistance through this very long process.

January 12th, 2017 by HL (Thornhill)

Poroshad Mahdi is an outstanding lawyer. She provided me with excellent advice and met challenging timelines to provide me with my separation agreement. I felt so well cared for a supported by Poroshad – I recommend her wholeheartedly.

December 9th, 2016 by MA (Toronto)

Jeffrey Mammon, thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. I truly appreciate all that you and your office have done for me.

November 15th, 2016 by GW (Brampton)

Poroshad was always able to document discussions and issues during our meetings. She was always able to educate and inform me on what I was entitled to. I found Poroshad to be professional and knowledgeable and helpful.

October 19th, 2016 by BM (Toronto)

Cindy Scharff made the process go smoothly. Cindy was very knowledgeable and advised how things were going to go which lessened the anxiety of a stressful situation. At all times I felt confident with the advice and service I received. I highly recommend Gelman & Associates and Cindy Scharff.

September 20th, 2016 by DP (Toronto)

Thanks again! I tell everyone that Jeffrey Mammon was the best lawyer ever for me (from integrity to professionalism and knowledge and understanding of the case)!

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