When stopped by the police, an individual is under no obligation to provide any information and can simply choose to walk away. Section 9 of Canada’s statutory declaration of fundamental rights known as the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms enshrines the right...read more
There is no gain in delaying the preparation of both your will and powers of attorney done. Rather, you have potentially everything to lose by not getting these documents done as soon as possible. In general terms, estate planning gives you the security of knowing...read more
While driving a motor vehicle brings about greater freedom and mobility, one cannot forget the responsibilities that come with such a privilege. It is important to know the transportation laws that affect us (whether it concerns a car, truck, or motorcycle, etc.), or...read more
f you (a) own property or any other valuables, (b) have children, and/or (c) run a business, then a will is necessary for your estate plan. A will is a written instrument that directs what happens to your assets upon death. A person who gives directions on the will...read more
If you are buying a home with another person, you will both have to decide how to take title (ownership) of that property. There are two main options that are available: (i) Tenancy In Common or (ii) Joint Tenancy. The choice you make will have an impact on your...read more
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