Posts Tagged ‘Child Custody Law’
What Factors Should You Consider Before Choosing a Child Custody Lawyer?
If you are navigating through a divorce and there are children from the relationship, one of the things you will have to do is work out a child custody arrangement. Oftentimes, this can get very tense and even confrontational – but even if the divorce is amicable, you will want to have a good family…Read More
Parenting, Guardianship, Custody & Access: What Does It Mean in Family Law?
Working with the legal system to determine your time with your children can be difficult, especially when there are multiple terms to understand and adhere to. Depending on the situation you are in, the court may have appointed different schedules or custody agreements than you’re used to. Terms like custody, access and guardianship get thrown…Read More
Are Child Support Payments Required If You Have Joint Custody?
If you are going through a divorce – or have recently gone through one – you likely have questions about custody arrangements and child support. There may even be some confusion as to who – if anyone – should pay child support. But while you may have your own opinions, the law has some very…Read More
The importance of hiring a business lawyer
Businesses are expected to follow several sets of complicated laws set by the authorities. Therefore, whether it’s a small store or a larger company, businesses need lawyers to ensure they function properly and are compliant with the set laws. If there are any issues regarding property purchases and or while preparing taxes you may need…Read More
Enduring POA and Advanced directives
Enduring Power of Attorney and Health Directive Forms are legal documents that need to be signed, dated, and witnessed. Advanced Health Directives, including living, will and medical power of attorney (or also called a durable power of attorney for health care.) Advanced Health directives do not have the right to make any financial decisions. Let’s…Read More
What Does a Real Estate Litigation Lawyer Do?
If you’re hoping to buy or sell a home anytime soon, you know there are plenty of things to consider. On top of financing the house, finding the right one, and finalizing the sale, it can be an overwhelming process. This is especially true when there’s a booming housing market and the process becomes competitive too. You’ve…Read More
Why Immigration Law Is Important
Immigrating to a new country means a new life and a fresh start. It also means you must go through a sometimes lengthy and often stressful process of immigration. Immigration and Canada seem to go hand in hand. When immigrants come to our country, they create jobs and contribute to our economy. They fill in…Read More
What is a matrimonial home
Under Family Law rules, the matrimonial home is a property in which a person has an interest and that is or, if the spouses have separated, was at the time of separation ordinarily occupied by the person and his or her spouse as their family residence. It is possible for spouses to have any number…Read More
A Complete Guide to LMIA
Canada has experienced a foreign worker boom over the last few decades. More than 600,000 foreign workers have come to Canada, doubling figures from the 2000s. Canada faces a tricky balancing act when bringing in foreign talent. Foreign workers add a lot to the economy, but Canadians worry about losing out in the job market…Read More
A Complete Guide to Buying a Home
Canadians aren’t too keen on renting. They like the freedom that comes with owning your home, which is probably why over half a million homes are sold across the country each year! Well, if you’re looking to buy a house, whether it’s your first or your third, there’s a lot you need to know. Luckily,…Read More