Mark Silverthorn, Barrister & Solicitor

As set out in Step Two to becoming a client of our firm, an individual who wishes to become a client of our firm must provide us with a signed Retainer Agreement and a completed Client Information Form.


Furthermore, In order to become a client of our firm it will also be necessary for you to provide us with a retainer--or a specific amount of money--that will be deposited into our firm's trust account. These monies will be held in trust on your behalf.  


Our firm will invoice you for legal services performed at a future date once work has been performed on your behalf. Monies held in trust on your behalf are available to pay our firm's invoice(s) for services rendered on your behalf.


The Retainer Agreement that our firm provides you will set out the specific amount of the retainer that our firm requires.

Payment by personal cheque, bank draft or money order


You can also forward trust monies to our law firm by way of personal cheque, bank draft or money order. Please make your payment payable to "Mark Silverthorn, Barrister & Solicitor, PC, In Trust".

Step Three:   Providing our firm with your retainer monies


   CONTACT US

    Mark Silverthorn, Barrister & Solicitor, PC
    61-635 Saginaw Parkway
    Cambridge, ON  N1T 0C1

    Toll Free Phone:  1 (866) 996-9941
    Fax:   (866) 811-8900
    E-mail:  markasilverthorn@gmail.com
    www.silverthornlaw.ca


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Interac e-transfer payment


You can forward trust monies to our law firm by way of Interac e-transfer payment.


1.   You can e-mail your payment to the following e-mail address:


      payment@silverthornlaw.ca


2.   We will arrange to provide you with a SECURITY QUESTION         as well as an ANSWER to the SECURITY QUESTION

Please note that our law firm does not accept PayPal payments.

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Send your payment to the following address:


Mark Silverthorn, Barrister & Solicitor, PC

61-635 Saginaw Parkway

Cambridge, ON  N1T 0C1

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  • Interac e-transfer payment
  • personal cheque, bank draft, or money order

Method of payment for your retainer

Our firm will accept the following types of payments with respect to our the firm's retainer concerning our firm's professional fees: