3 Ways an Estate Planning Attorney Can Help You

Posted on: 14 May 2015

If you are an adult  in Canada with any assets or preferences for your final arrangements, it is crucial to write a will. As a legal, binding document, your will allows you the final say in dispersing your assets and by extension, provides for your loved ones long after your death. In addition, it also provides you with the unique opportunity to protect your loved ones from the indignities of going through probate and pleading with a judge to get the money and property they are entitled to.
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Divorce In Canada: When You Will Need A Language Translator

Posted on: 23 April 2015

Canada recognizes two official languages-- English and French. If you marry a French Canadian who only speaks French and does not understand English, it may be a problem when you get a divorce. Here is how you can cross that language barrier and make it clear to your former spouse the terms of the divorce. Most Lawyers in Canada Can Speak French The closer you live to Quebec, the more likely you can find a divorce lawyer that speaks French, although a few other French-speaking lawyers are scattered throughout the provinces.
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Real Estate Lawyer: 3 Reasons You Need One If You're Buying Or Selling Property

Posted on: 7 April 2015

There are few situations in life where having an experienced attorney on your side is absolutely essential, but a real estate transaction is certainly one of them. Canadian real estate laws are complex, so you want to have an experienced real estate attorney on your side who can navigate the procedural minutiae and close the deal quickly. Below, you'll find three ways a real estate lawyer can help those who are buying or selling real estate.
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Benefits Of A Credit Counselling Program

Posted on: 18 March 2015

If you are struggling financially and are unsure as to how to get your financial life back on track, you may consider credit counseling. Credit counselling is a great alternative for those who don't have the ability to file for bankruptcy, or who just don't want to take a hit on their credit by filing for bankruptcy. Credit counselling is not for everyone, and it truly depends on how bad your financial trouble is, but it does not hurt to explore the option.
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