Division of Property: Married Versus Common Law
Sep05

Division of Property: Married Versus Common Law

Married? Common law?…What’s the difference? Family law in Ontario predominantly deals with the rights and responsibilities of children, parents, spouses, and common law partners. Basically, it is composed of all the laws that dictate the rules governing family relationships. It is important to know that  family law is applied equally to same-sex and opposite-sex couples in Ontario. This gives all couples the opportunity to...

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Brownfield Redevelopment – Legal Help
Aug15

Brownfield Redevelopment – Legal Help

Brownfield properties are lands which are potentially or previously have been contaminated due to historical, industrial or business land use practices, and so are underutilized, derelict or vacant. Brownfields are often located within key areas in Toronto, the surrounding GTA and throughout local communities.  Prime examples are the waterfront and Liberty village in Toronto.  The key to these properties lies in their value –...

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Personal Injury
Aug01

Personal Injury

What You Need To Know About Toronto Personal Injury Laws Any injury experienced by an individual as a result of the carelessness of another person is identified as personal injury. Personal injuries can occur in a number of ways, some of which may not be considered by affected parties. Here are some common examples: Defamation of character Vehicular or car accidents Medical malpractice Merchandise defects Unsafe workplace Personal...

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