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  • Determining Best Interests for a Child During COVID-19

    COVID-19 has been a devastating time for many. The economy is crashing, millions have lost their jobs, and too many are losing their lives. Though the virus does not discriminate, it favors the most vulnerable of our society: people with pre-existing health issues and the elderly.    In such a sad a … Read more »

  • Virtual Trials: What Video-Conferencing Trials mean for Open Court Privacy

    The business as usual mentality is not the state of our current justice system in Canadian courts. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the slight transformation of our court trials. In light of the new social distancing protocols there has been a move to switch from in-person court hearings to vid … Read more »

  • Laid Off Due to COVID-19 Pandemic? Learn How to Claim Your Rights

    Since the start of this global pandemic there have been many Canadians that have suffered from employment loss. Losing a job can be devastating especially during these uncertain times. COVID-19 has made it not only mentally draining for many Canadians but also the added stress of losing income has m … Read more »

  • Corporations: Minute Books and Annual Information Returns

    What Are Minute Books? A corporation’s minute books serve as the official record of the corporations’ activities. Both the Ontario Business Corporations Act (OBCA) and the Canada Business Corporations Act require corporations to maintain and update their minute books.  A corporation must keep certai … Read more »

  • Estate Administration – The Duties of an Executor

    An estate administrator/trustee (hereinafter referred to as the “Executor”) is responsible for dealing with the deceased’s affairs after their death and for administering their estate.  When drafting a Will, the drafter must choose at least one person or corporation to be their Executor.  It is good … Read more »