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- Questions You Should Ask a Family Lawyer During a Consultation
A consultation with a lawyer is your first step in the process of pursuing your legal case. This is when you get to ask questions and discover whether a lawyer is the right fit for you and your case. So, you might be wondering what questions to ask a family lawyer during a consultation? It […] The p … Read more »
- What is the Wrongful Termination Statute of Limitations?
Have you recently been terminated? Are you wondering if you can still take action against your employer? When it comes to termination, the wrongful termination statute of limitations should be a significant consideration for both employees and employers. It dictates the legal timeframe within which … Read more »
- What Are The Different Types of Murder Charges in Canada?
As far as criminal offences go, none garners quite the same level of attention as murder. But when it comes to the details and differences between the various types of murder charges in Canada, there is often a lot of confusion. What is the difference between first- and second-degree murder? Where d … Read more »
- The Ultimate Divorce Consultation Checklist
You’ve made the difficult decision to end your marriage and get a divorce. Now what? The first thing you need to do is find the right legal representation. Finding the right lawyer can be stressful, but having a divorce consultation checklist prepared will help you make this important decision. Ensu … Read more »
- Your guide to wrongful termination in Ontario
Do you feel that you’ve been wrongfully terminated, but you aren’t sure what options you have? This is your guide to wrongful termination in Ontario. What is Wrongful Termination? Wrongful termination in Ontario occurs when an employer fires an employee in violation of The Employment Standards Act ( … Read more »