An individual may hire a lawyer to assist with their immigration matter for a number of reasons:
An experienced immigration lawyer can provide assistance in sorting through the complexities of the issues and has the expertise to assist with the preparation and assembly of the required documentation.
When Mark & Company is retained to prepare an immigration application we:
Mark & Company Law Corporation communicates with clients in a variety of ways in order to collect and exchange information, including:
Legal fees are determined based on each individual’s specific needs. In most instances, clients are quoted a specific fee for the job to be performed. In addition to the legal fees, disbursements, filing fees and taxes are also charged, where applicable. Clients are also provided with a schedule of when each payment is required.
When a client pays fees to Mark & Company, the fees are placed in a trust account. The trust account is located in Canada and is overseen by the Law Society of British Columbia. Once work on the file is performed and billed, fees are then transferred from the trust account to Mark & Company’s general account for payment of services.
The trust account of a Canadian lawyer is an important feature in the protection of the fees you pay for the services provided. Mark & Company Law Corporation maintains a trust account, managed by its senior counsel, Linda Mark. This trust account is regulated and audited by the Law Society of British Columbia. When you pay legal fees for services not yet performed, the funds are placed in a pooled trust account. As legal services are performed, Mark & Company will issue an invoice to you, following which the funds will be transferred to the general account of Mark & Company. A ledger is created for each client for whom trust funds are held, which records all transactions related to your account.
Legal Fees can be paid to Mark & Company by: