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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civil law

Civil cases involve those where one or both parties are trying to get some form of compensation from the other. This differs from criminal cases in which the Crown is bringing a charge against the accused. In civil cases, the Crown is not the prosecutor but rather both parties represent themselves with the help of…

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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…

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Family law agreements are affordable options to resolve disputes involving family law. Agreements can be made to suit everyone’s special circumstances and needs. When signing family law papers, you will need what is called a witness when you sign. The Family Law Act ensures the rights of children and the responsibilities of parents towards their…

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immigration law

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…

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New Home Warranty Program of Ontario

Did you know that according to Trading Economics, between the years of 2017 and 2018, the homeownership rate in Canada went up to 68.55% from 66.30%? This was a huge amount, compared not only to 2017 but also to 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2021. If you’re thinking of joining these Canadian homeowners and buying a…

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Discover A Defect in a new House

Buying a house should be an exciting, life-fulfilling experience. If you buy a house, then discover there are serious problems, the excitement won’t last long. What can you do in such a situation? Who should take responsibility? If a serious problem arises after you buy the house, you may be able to file a lawsuit.…

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The temporary resident to permanent resident pathway

What is the Temporary Resident to Permanent Resident Pathway? The temporary resident to the permanent resident pathway is a limited-time pathway to permanent residency. It is offered to certain temporary residents who are currently working in Canada and their families who possess the skills and experience Canada needs to fight the pandemic and accelerate economic…

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Getting a Divorce

These days, it might seem like your wedding and the beginning of your marriage journey were part of another life. In the years since that joyful event, you now feel like this marriage is no longer serving you. You need room to breathe. It’s time to explore alternatives to your marriage. Unfortunately, divorce is a sobering reality for between 30%…

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