will

Many individuals overlook the importance of having a will drafted. Especially the younger generations of individuals do not prioritize the drafting of a will when in reality they should. The fact is that none of us really know how long we have on this planet and almost everyone can proactively benefit from having a will. …

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If an employer lets you go from your position of employment, they are required to pay you a certain amount of severance pay depending on how long you worked for the company. If you quit, on the other hand, the employer has no such obligation. For this reason, some employers may be tempted to try…

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When a divorce or separation is filed in Ontario and there are minor children from the relationship, then both parents are responsible for ensuring that their children’s needs are looked after. In most cases, one parent will be required to make child support payments to the other parent. The way these payments are calculated is…

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If you have seen a foreclosure property appear on the market lately, you may be tempted to swoop in and purchase it at a fraction of the price that you would had it been a normal sale. Although foreclosure sales are not as common in Canada as they are in the US, they sill happen…

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Employment Law

Imagine a scenario where you have just been called into the boss’s office and informed that your services would no longer be required. This can come as quite a shock – but even if you suspected that is was coming, it can be very upsetting. If you have just been let go after a lengthy,…

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While you may not feel that you need an immigration lawyer to fill out an application or do some paperwork, having one working for you can be incredibly advantageous. Remember, immigration lawyers are pros at filling out these applications and have done so many times. But you on the other hand may only be seeing…

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civil law ON

Understanding the civil litigation process in Ontario can be intimidating but knowing what to expect can help ease any anxieties. Here is guide to the 12 main steps involved in the civil litigation process.  Step One: Determining Jurisdiction The first step is determining which court has jurisdiction. If the claim is less that $35,000, it…

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