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September 2022
Four Must-Haves For A Decent Estate Plan
Estate Planning has always been effective in sorting out the disputes of transfer and distribution of assets. The primary goal of an estate plan is to make sure that the beneficiaries and heirs receive assets and finances with maximum tax exemptions.  There are countless factors to contemplate having an estate plan; therefore, it is highly...
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Uber Technologies Inc. v Heller: SCC declared Arbitration Clause Invalid
An Attempt To Improve The Overall Mechanism Of Standard Form Contracts Overview Heller is the representative plaintiff in a class action lawsuit brought by Ontario Uber drivers alleging they are “employees” and not “independent contractors”, Uber has violated the Employment Standards Act, 2000, SO 2000, c 41 (“ESA”) guidelines, and as such, Uber drivers are...
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Motion to Change and the Role of Material Change Test in Motion to Change Proceedings
Resolving family issues after a divorce or separation can be ponderous and time-consuming. Sometimes due to changes in the dynamics of family structures, you may require an amendment of a court order that has already been served. These alterations may encompass matters of change in spousal support and child support, etc. However, each case goes...
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Strip Searches: Leading Factors in discovering Reasonableness of Strip Searches
If you have been accused of a crime, the best way to protect yourself is to engage the services of a criminal lawyer as soon as possible. What Is A Strip Search? In criminal matters, there are numerous types of searches that police officers may conduct, including frisks, partially clothed, and full strip searches. The...
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What Measures Up As A Breach Of Confidentiality In Ontario?
Being involved in a litigious matter for a breach of confidentiality is frightening. You must have heard much of the word ‘confidentiality’, particularly in professional settings. Well, suppose you are an employee or a business partner. In that case, you need to be mindful that confidentiality holds a specific position in today’s business and employment...
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THINGS TO CONSIDER FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF A PARENTING PLAN
The breakdown of marriage and divorce can be a stress-inducing endeavor that may give rise to emotional and mental problems for the parties involved. It includes the spouses, anyone (or both) who may be seeking the divorce, and any or all children involved.  In Canada, the paramount, primary, or sole consideration of the court during...
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What You Need To Know About Family Responsibility Office
The Family Responsibility Office (FRO) collects, distributes, and enforces child and spousal support payments. It is an office under the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services. FRO is mandated through the Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996 and the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002. The first Act gives FRO the authority to enforce support orders, support...
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Urgent Motions In Ontario Family Law
Family law litigation can be a time-consuming and ponderous process. Sometimes, time sensitivity and urgency may compel you to approach the court before the outcome of your case. The proceeding set to meet such a situation is called the bringing of a motion.  A motion can be briefly defined as a “mini-trial.” In family law...
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Quick Guide: Canada’s Sex Offender Registry
If you have been charged with any sexual crime, you should retain a criminal defence lawyer immediately; there are significant possible consequences to being convicted of sexual offences, including being placed on the sexual offender’s registry. National Sex Offender Registry (NSOR) Since 2004, if someone is found guilty of a sexual crime in Canada, they...
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