Immigration law

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…

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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…

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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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Joint-tenants-v-tennants-in-common

Homeownership is promising as there are many avenues available in Real Estate. In Ontario, concurrent ownership is typically divided into two categories: joint tenancy and tenants in common. In a joint tenancy, the partners own the whole property in equal shares, while tenants in common each have a definite share in the property. When deciding…

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Commencing lawsuit

If you want to start a lawsuit, it’s a good idea to retain a lawyer to assist you with the process. The first step is typically drafting and filing either a Statement of Claim or a Plaintiff’s Claim. A Plaintiff’s Claim commences proceedings in small claims court, and can be filed if the claimant is…

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When it comes to estate planning, many people will think the most important document you need to worry about is your Will, but that isn’t always going to be the case. In many cases, especially for those who own property, the document you need to make sure is in order is your power of attorney. …

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