3 Things To Consider Before Getting A Divorce

Posted on: 18 June 2015

Divorces are common in our society. Many people choose to get a divorce, which sadly, doesn't always make life easier. This is why it is important that, before you seek out a divorce lawyer, you take the time to decide if divorce is really right for you. Here are some things to consider. Do You Really Want A Divorce Or Are You Just Threatening? Some people choose to use a divorce as a threat to their spouse to let them know how serious they are or to get a reaction.
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The Dos And Don'ts Of Negotiating A Personal Injury Claim With An Insurance Company

Posted on: 3 June 2015

If you've been injured as a result of another person's carelessness--whether it be due to a car accident, slip-and-fall, or anything in between--there's a good chance you're filing a personal injury claim as a means of seeking the compensation to which you're entitled. As you go through the complicated and drawn-out claims process, however, there are some things you need to know about negotiating with the insurance company. DO Have a Specific Settlement Amount in Mind
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Avoiding Eviction Court: Getting Tenants to Leave on Their Own

Posted on: 11 May 2015

The tenant eviction process is a notoriously long and expensive in Ontario. It can take over 90 days and cost upwards of $570 or more to get an unwanted renter out of your home or apartment building. This doesn't include the loss of rent and potential damages to the property that may occur while trying to get the tenant out. While you should always be willing to use the courts to evict the renter, there are a couple of things you can do to get the person to leave the facility on their own.
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Can You Hold The Builder Responsible For New Home Defects?

Posted on: 14 April 2015

If you recently had a new home built, you might find that in the coming months, there are certain defects you were not aware of. Many defects occur over the course of the first year, but are not made obvious when the home is first built. If your home was built in the summer, it might not be until winter that you realize there is a draft through your brand new windows.
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