4 Tips On Planning A Great Weekend With Your Child After A Divorce
12 March 2015
Access to your children can be one of the hardest parts of divorce or separation. Making weekend arrangements can be even more difficult, as this is when most social events happen. It's also when quality time is spent with them away from the pressures of school and work. Each parent wants to receive a fair amount of time with their children. This is especially true during holidays and other important dates.
3 Questions You Might Have About Registering A Vehicle In Canada
3 March 2015
It's illegal to operate an unregistered motor vehicle in some parts of Canada. Registering a vehicle proves that you are the legal owner, which can come in handy if you are ever pulled over. You may already be familiar with the reasons why it is important to register your automobile, but do you know everything there is to know about the entire registration process? Here are several common questions you might have about registering a Canadian vehicle.
Unsafe Passage: The 3 Reasons Why A Child Car Safety Seat Can Be Dangerous
9 February 2015
Safety car seats or booster seats for children are a requirement in all provinces for children younger than 8 or 9 years old. Safety seats for infants and toddlers provide harnesses and padding to restrain a small child in the event of a vehicle crash. Booster seats elevate older children so that the vehicle's seat belt straps will fit across the chest correctly.
While you may know the laws and the four stages of car seats, you may not know the 3 reasons why child safety seats fail:
What Does The "Pain And Suffering" Cap Mean For You?
3 February 2015
If you've been injured in a car crash or other accident, you may be wondering whether you'll ever be able to return to your normal life. You may still be paying bills that began to pile up during your time off work, or find yourself responsible for medical expenses as a result of your accident. Although you may be able to recover these costs (along with compensatory damages for pain and suffering) from the person responsible for your injuries, the Canadian government has placed limits on the type of compensation you can receive.