Mr. George J. Kubes B.A., LL.B is an experienced and well-respected Toronto lawyer, barrister solicitor and notary. Mr. Kubes is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario, in London Ontario Canada, where he received his Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree. He subsequently attended the Faculty of Law at Queens University in Kingston, where he attained his Bachelor of Laws Degree.

After receiving his degree of Barrister-at-Law from Osgood Hall Toronto, he was admitted into The Law Society of Upper Canada. Subsequently, in 1984, he became a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ontario.

Mr. Kubes speaks fluent English, Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, and can communicate effectively in Polish, Spanish and Russian.

The Kubes Law Firm, head-quartered in downtown Toronto, is highly skilled and experienced in providing legal services and offers free consultation and advice to new clients.

Legal services include Divorce and Family Law, Canadian Immigration Law to Canadian and international clientele worldwide and Notary Seal Services. We will guide you through the legal process in a confidential and professional manner. We will be on your side and will fight for your legal rights.
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  • Who Owns What Can Be Confusing During Divorce
    Most people will have a certain amount of property which must be dealt with during divorce proceedings. Whether the amount of property is large or small, the legal rules governing the division of property can be daunting. There is a basic difference between property division law which applies to...
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  • What Happens To The Matrimonial Home Upon Divorce
    Divorce Laws of Canada provide for the rules respecting the division of property upon the dissolution of a marriage. Of all the property which a married couple have, it is the Matrimonial Home which is treated in a most unique manner by the laws of Canada. A Matrimonial Home is the home in which the...
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  • Time Is Right To Immigrate To Canada
    Canada has been considered for many decades to be a great country to live in. The political situation is stable, economy is on the rise, and the country is beautiful. Canada has enacted Immigration Laws, which are aimed at expanding the pool of persons from which to fuel the new world economy....
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  • Sponsorship Can Be Used To Legalize Status In Canada
    Under Citizenship and Immigration public policy, a person being sponsored in the Spouses and Common-Law Partners in Canada Class by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident is no longer required to have legal residency status in Canada. This is very good news for these persons, because it means...
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  • Skilled Workers Are Immigrating To Canada
    One of the categories in which a person can immigrate to Canada is known as the "skilled worker" category. These are people who can become Permanent Residents of Canada based on the fact that they are able to become economically established in Canada.  To qualify as a skilled worker, a person...
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