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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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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employment law

If your company is growing, or you need to hire someone new to replace an employee who has left, you will be extending offers of employment and employment contracts to your new employees. It’s very important to make sure the employment agreement is solid and illustrates exactly what you are expecting from your employees.  Here…

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Employment Law Mississauga

Whether you are an employee or an employer, at some point it is likely that you are going to run across a scenario where the help of an employment lawyer would be useful. This might occur in circumstances where you are filing a claim or worker’s compensation after being injured on the job, or if…

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Employment Law

If your company is hiring for a new position, or if you have been given a job offer, then an employment agreement or contract between employee and employer is one of the most important documents that you may sign. Despite this however, many employers and employees do not take the time to fully understand this…

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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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Ontario Probate Fee and Estate Administration Tax

The Estate Administration Tax or Probate fee is charged on the value of the estate of a deceased person if an estate certificate is applied for and is issued. The Probate fee is paid by the individual or individuals who apply for estate trustee certificate with or without a will. This tax or probate is…

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This is not legal advice; if you have any legal questions specific to the situation, please contact your Lawyer. There is a big misconception that when you are being terminated from a job, if an employer pays you 1 week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, or 4 weeks of pay for per 1 year of work…

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