The Québec Community Justice Center's mission is to enable access to justice by fostering the participation of citizens through legal information, support and referral services provided in addition to existing resources. The services are free and confidential.

Our center

The Centers have been created in order to provide an accessible gateway on the judicial system. By providing a unique and personalized service, the Center’s staff strives to ensure that individuals feel supported in their legal issues.

Our jurists strongly believe that every person has the ability to take charge of their situation, and trust that they are capable of making the choices best suited to their needs. After receiving explanations regarding the law in plain language and in a respectful and open environment, the individual acquires the confidence to make an informed decision.

Be assured that you will receive professional, courteous and confidential services based on active listening and that you will be better equipped to make the choices best suited to your needs.

Our services

What we can do :

  • Inform you on the law;
  • Inform you on the various recourses available and legal and administrative procedures;
  • Inform you on the various private dispute prevention and resolution processes (ex. mediation);
  • Help you get additional support through specialized resources.

What we can not do :

  • Provide you with legal counsel or assess your chances of success;
  • Complete forms or write legal documents for you;
  • Suggest what you should be saying in a court of law;
  • Provide legal representation in court;
  • Take decisions for you

Click here to learn more about our legal information mission

Before visiting the Center : How should one prepare ?

Prepare your questions in advance. List and bring all relevant documents to facilitate the understanding of your file.

Examples : Invoice | Judgment | Contract | Letter | etc.

What is the best time to visit the Center?

The staff has no control over wait times. To maximize your chances of meeting a lawyer, it is strongly recommended to arrive at least one hour prior to closing time. The lunch hour is often the busiest time.

Covered areas


  • Beauport
  • Charlesbourg
  • Charlevoix
  • L’Ancienne-Lorette
  • L’Ile d’Orléans
  • Cité-Limoilou
  • La Côte de Beaupré
  • La Haute-St-Charles
  • La Jacques-Cartier
  • Les Rivières
  • Portneuf
  • St-Augustin-de-Desmaures
  • Ste-Foy-/Sillery/Cap-Rouge


  • Beauce-Sartigan
  • Bellechasse
  • L’Islet
  • La Nouvelle-Beauce
  • Les Appalaches
  • Les Etchemins
  • Lévis
  • Lotbinière
  • Montmagny
  • Robert-Cliche

Guides and tools

Dispute prevention and resolution (DPR) processes

Small claims

Separation and divorce


Our activities

Our free information sessions

The Center also offers free legal information sessions on many topics of everyday life

Examples :
  • Small claims
  • Child custody and support
  • Labour standards
  • Consumer protection
  • Wills and mandate in case of incapacity
  • Succession
  • And more !

A member of our team in your organization

You would like a lawyer from the Center to give a legal information session or workshop in your organization?

For more information, contact us!

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