What is a Will?
A Will is a legal document which sets out your wishes with respect to the distribution of your estate upon your death. Your estate is comprised of your assets, for example, your personal possessions, your home, your financial investments and your bank accounts, among other things. A Will addresses three main issues: (a) it appoints someone to act as personal representative (commonly referred to as your executor) of your estate - the individual who will actually carry out all of your wishes as set out in your Will; (b) it appoints individuals whom you wish to take care of any children you may have at the time of your death or any child or grown who is under your care at the time of your death; and (c) it provides instructions regarding who should be given what from your estate. In a day and age where families are blended, it... Read more
Protecting Your Interests
DEBT COLLECTION HINTS Where to go from here? You have politely requested, threatened, begged and pleaded for repayment of monies rightfully due and owing to you, but nothing is working. I thought I... Read more
Great Landlord Tips: Do This First!
Hints to Landlords from the get go! To facilitate success in the event of a tenant dispute When initially having the prospective tenant complete an application, please ensure they provide complete information for references,... Read more
Required Materials To Effectively Assist Landlords In RTDRS Disputes
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Landlord Disputes You have had the unpleasant experience of renting to a tenant who has breached the terms of the lease agreement by failing to pay rent or by breaching other terms... Read more
INFORMATION FOR UNCONTESTED DIVORCES Refer to ourDivorce & Family Law page for the definition of what a 'Uncontested Divorce' is? Often there are children involved in a divorce and the issue of child support... Read more