Welcome to self-
We live in a complex society with a myriad of rules and regulations that govern human contact and regulate our lives. Sometimes, the state extends too far into the private lives of citizens. Sometimes overzealous politicians introduce laws that are supposed to help us but we discover they make our existence more complicated.
Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I had no rich parents who paid for my legal education. I had to work during the night, delivering pizza and driving taxis to finance my way through two universities. I came from an immigrant background and when I landed in Canada at age 20, I could not speak English very well. I lived in poverty for a long, long time. Sometimes I did not have money to buy food and there were times that I ate just bread. And I was happy. I worked very hard. I had my share of disappointments in life. Before I became a lawyer, I had to use the services of lawyers and the experience left me very disappointed, I'm sorry to say, because some lawyers -
So let us not blame lawyers for the complexities of our legal system. Let us work together to make it better!
Most of us want:
less rules, less regulations, less legal tangles;
to avoid going to court if at all possible;
to resolve our legal issues fast and cheap;
to live at peace with our neighbours;
to be happy, to enjoy life;
to avoid pain and hardship;
to be loved, respected and valued by our family and peers;
to have more money; and
to enjoy good health.
Both as a lawyer and a citizen, I found the courtroom experience a bit stressful. After 25 years of legal practice-
This web page does not profess to solve your legal issues. If you can gain something -