What happens to child support when the child goes to university?
It doesn’t end, but it may change It may be the beginning of July, but if you’re the parent of a child who’s just graduated from high school and going [...]
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Will your LinkedIn account outlive you?
Without a plan in place, your social media profile may live forever We’ve talked before about how important it is to have a properly-written-and-witnessed will in place – and how [...]
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Presenting at the Solo and Small Firm Conference 2014
Can you stump the experts? The Law Society of Upper Canada is holding its annual Solo and Small Firm Conference in Toronto this week, and they’ve invited me to be [...]
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Strangest Personal Injury Claims [infographic]
Most injury claims aren’t funny. But some of them are unusual. With more than 10 years’ experience in personal actions – including slip & fall and personal injury – we’ve [...]
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JUDICIAL REVIEW: The Paper Chase (1973)
In which I review movies with a legal focus. I start this feature of my website with The Paper Chase because it represents the producers’ version of law school. Starring: [...]
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Divorce trends, legally speaking [infographic]
Money, property cited as biggest concerns A few months ago, US legal resource Avvo released the results of a survey on divorce trends. They surveyed 900 of their users (people [...]
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April is Make-A-Will Month!
It’s not as hard as you think I have to be honest: I’ve been a lawyer for a long time now, and I’ve always thought that November, not April, was [...]
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