Pax law's Samin Mortazavi and Ali-Reza Haghjou are with you every step of the way. Pax Law has represented thousands of individuals to date for judicial reviews of refused visas and refugee applications.
Pax Law Corporation is a full-service North Vancouver law firm.
“Pax” is a Latin word meaning “peace”. Pax Romana was a period of peace and prosperity in the Roman Empire, starting with the reign of Imperator Caesar Augustus and concluding with the reign of Imperator Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus. During the Pax Romana, trade flourished across the Mediterranean, and Roman wealth considerably increased. We chose the name Pax for our firm, hoping that through our efforts, our clients would benefit as Roman citizens benefited under the Pax Romana.
Pax is a client-centred, top-rated, and effective North Vancouver law firm. We are committed to providing high-quality legal services to support our clients in the most efficient manner possible.
We listen to you to understand your concerns and the dilemma you are facing; We provide you with options and review the consequences of each option with you; and, We advise you on the best choice considering your situation and the outcome you desire.
We help clients with business matters, civil litigation, criminal defence, family law, real estate conveyancing, wills drafting, estate law, and immigration and refugee law. Our experienced lawyers will provide sound legal advice, fierce advocacy, and exceptional representation at reasonable prices. You can trust us to handle your case with the care and expertise you deserve.
Immigration & Refugees Department
Mr. Samin Mortazavi has appealed thousands of rejected Canadian study permits, work permits, and temporary resident visas (tourist visas) with an estimated 84%+ success rate*. Mr. Mortazavi has represented immigration clients from Iran, India, China, Russia, Ukraine, Australia, South Korea, Vietnam, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, Syria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
If you have questions about your rejected Canadian visa, rejected Canadian work permit, or rejected Canadian study permit, you can ask those questions during our live Q&A sessions.
Mr. Mortazavi broadcasts live at 12:00 PM PST or 10:30 PM Iran Standard Time Monday through Friday on Instagram.
Real Estate Department
Conveyancing is the process of legally transferring property from one owner to another owner.
When selling your property, we will communicate with the notary or lawyer for your purchaser, review the documents, including the Vendor’s Statement of Adjustments, and prepare the Order to Pay. If you have a charge such as a mortgage or line of credit registered against your title, we will pay out and discharge it from the sale proceeds.
When purchasing a property, we will prepare the documents needed to convey the property to you. In addition, if you are obtaining a mortgage, we will prepare those documents for you and the lender. Also, if you need legal advice and arrangements for estate planning to secure your family’s future and your own, you can rely on us to help.
If you already own property, you might need a lawyer to refinance your current mortgage or obtain a second one. The lender will provide us with the mortgage instructions, and we will prepare the documents and register the new mortgage at the Land Title Office. We will also pay out any debts as instructed.
Civil Litigation & Family Law Department
Amir Ghorbani is Pax Law’s civil litigator and family lawyer. He focuses on helping clients achieve the best results in their disputes. If you have a dispute with a business partner, believe you have been hurt by the negligence or carelessness of another person, or are going through separation and divorce, call our law firm for help with the process and to achieve the best results.
Moving-in together? Getting married? Need a prenuptial agreement?
Buying or selling real estate in British Columbia?
Lucas Pearce is the designated Real Estate Transfer (Conveyancing) lawyer at Pax Law Corporation. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and the conveyancer's email is email@example.com.
These blog posts are for general information only. Information provided in the posts are not to be relied on as legal advice. If you are facing a legal dilemma you are advised to seek legal advise from a practicing lawyer.
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