Phone: 647.342.0568 | E-mail:

Phone: 647.342.0568


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Office hours:

In the interest of our clients’ privacy and confidentiality, ALL consultations are by appointment only. We do not accept walk-ins and do not keep regular office hours.

Evening and weekends appointments are available upon request and subject to availability.

Mailing Address:

176 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario M5C2L7

Telephone & E-mail:
For inquiries in English & Serbian, contact Ivan J. Steele:
Phone: 647.342.0568 | E-mail:

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Confirming Appointments

Once we have scheduled an appointment, we will call you to confirm or send you an email confirmation. If you are unable to attend your consultation on the scheduled date and time, please provide us with at least 48 hours notice of cancellation. If we receive at least 48 hours notice of cancellation, you will be able to reschedule your appointment within 7 days. Please note that photo identification must be presented prior to the consultation. If we do not receive a notice of appointment cancellation 24 hours in advance we reserve the right to invoice you for the scheduled consultation.

Remote Consultations and Video Conferencing: SKYPE, FACETIME

To encourage our clients to cut down on pollution and traffic conditions in Toronto (i.e. driving to appointments, taking up residential parking, we offer an environmental incentive discount of $20.  


By keeping at least some of our clients off the roads, we do not only save them the frustration of dealing with Toronto traffic and parking, but we reduce the number of cars on the road, thereby reducing overall greenhouse gas emissions, fossil fuel consumption, and energy usage. It also helps reduce environmental and human health impacts as a result of decreased air pollution.



We understand how busy and messy life can get. Working late, taking care of the kids, not in a mood to brave a snowstorm, rush hour traffic or sweltering heat to come and see us? No problem!


Now you can have a family lawyer or an immigration lawyer from Toronto in your office or living room anytime. If you do not live in downtown Toronto, or if you are unable to make an appointment because of work obligations, we can schedule your face-to-face appointment or consultation using Skype or any other video conferencing tool available.

At Ivan Steele Law Office, we welcome technology with open arms. We pride ourselves on being a cutting-edge family and immigration law office that uses the latest technological innovations to provide our clients with the highest level of efficiency and convenience. We can process most cases from start till finish via email, cloud sharing, video conferencing etc.

Online legal consultations can be set for regular business hours or for evening appointments. Best of all, these appointments can take place in the comfort and absolute privacy of your own home or business. You can arrange a Skype appointment by calling us at (647) 342-0568 or by email.

We do not record Skype calls and offer you the same level of confidentiality that we would in a live meeting. As per Law Society of Ontario regulations, however, we will need you to fill out a client verification sheet, and we will need you to scan, email or fax us a copy of your identification prior to your appointment.

Video streaming is free with most services and all you need is to have broadband and a webcam. At the time of your appointment, ensure that you are signed in to Skype and online. Our Toronto immigration and family lawyer will make a call. Our Skype username is IvanSteeleLawOffice. Add us today and let’s start talking!

You can also book your consultation by filling the form below and we will get in touch with you.

What our Clients Say

My wife and daughter’s permanent residency was approved in record time!! Ivan takes the time to make sure you are able to create a perfect application, including advice on the unwritten factors that could affect your application.
Ivan has made dreams come true for us and I would recommend (and have) to anyone wanting to bring their family ‘home’

Paul Bacon