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  • Married or Common-Law: How Does It Affect Your Estate Plan?July 9, 2018

    There are several misconceptions about the status of marriage and a common-law relationship in the estate planning context. In Nova Scotia, marriage and common-law relationships are treated differently for estate matters. Anytime key estate related legislation uses the term “spouse” it is exclusivel … Read more »

  • Before Renting your Property on Short-Term Rental Websites: Some Things you Should KnowJune 26, 2018

    More and more Canadians are renting their homes to travelers via online short-term vacation rental services such as Airbnb, HomeAway, and VRBO. If you are thinking about renting your condo, house or cottage out on a short-term rental site this summer, or any time really, there are some things you sh … Read more »

  • Are You Travelling with Children This Summer?June 18, 2018

    If you are travelling within Canada with your children, very little documentation is required, although you should be sure that you have current identification for yourself and each child. However, if you are travelling outside of Canada, unless both parents are travelling with the children, in addi … Read more »

  • NDAs: Are They Worth The Paper They’re Written On?June 1, 2018

    Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), sometimes called Confidentiality Agreements, are a type of contract which compels its parties to come under the proverbial “cone of silence.” The recipient of the defined “confidential information” becomes legally bound not to use or disclose the information provide … Read more »

  • Cannabis Legalization in Canada and Drug-Impaired Motor Vehicle OperationMay 25, 2018

    Proposed legislation to legalize (and regulate) marijuana use and sale (Cannabis Act) is currently before the Federal Parliament.  Even though cannabis remains illegal at this point, drug-impaired driving is already a significant problem, especially among young drivers. Studies reveal that between 2 … Read more »