Accounts & Billing
The information on this page will help you reduce errors and ensure you get paid promptly. You'll learn everything you need to know about billing, from deadlines and payment schedules, to submitting accounts and more.
Find information on the billing process, and learn to bill accounts with fewer mistakes.
Legal Aid Online is Legal Aid Ontario’s secure online billing portal.
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Information on the legal aid tariff including a downloadable copy of the Tariff & Billing Handbook.
Lawyers are required to attach dockets to all hourly billed accounts submitted on Legal Aid Online.
Legal aid lawyers can claim disbursements to cover the costs of getting third parties to help prepare a case.
When legal accounts exceed the amount of time permitted under the tariff, lawyers must make a discretion request to have the additional time considered.
Get the latest information on block fees, a fixed fee for common criminal charges.
Lawyers cannot bill more than 2,350 hours annually.
Timelines for submitting accounts for completed and interim cases.
Timelines for the payment of accounts submitted through Legal Aid Online.
Links to forms, manuals, handbooks and other billing references for legal aid lawyers.