ASK A LAWYER: Do employees have to sign non-compete agreements? Are they enforceable?
Non-competes are increasingly common – but they have to be reasonable   Employees may be required to sign an employment contract as a term of employment. Typical employment agreements include [...]
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INTESTATE: 10 things that happen if you die without a Will in Ontario
No, wills aren’t fun. But they’re important. If ‘making a Will’ has been one of those things on your long-term to-do list but doesn’t seem to ever become a top [...]
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Be nice to your sister: Wills & Estates with difficult children
  Lots of families have them: a sibling who can’t get it together, causes more than their share of family drama or constantly needs to be bailed out of trouble. [...]
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Should you consider mediation in a separation or divorce?
As with most things in law, the answer is “It depends.” Mediation is one way of resolving a dispute. It’s not the only way. It can be a great way [...]
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FROM THE LAWYER’S DAILY: Navigating Wills & Estates with common-law partners
This week, our own Timothy Sullivan’s first piece for The Lawyers Weekly covers how lawyers can more successfully manage the sometimes tense situations that arise when common-law partners approach the [...]
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Is it a good idea to bring a friend to a lawyer’s appointment?
A trusted confidante can be helpful in lots of ways Sometimes, a client going through a separation or divorce will ask me – usually with some trepidation – if they [...]
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FROM ADVOCATE DAILY: Lawyers play key role in helping common law spouses with wills
Helping common law couples with Wills requires good communication all around From AdvocateDaily this week: When it comes to drafting a will and estate plan, common law couples can bring [...]
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FROM THE LAWYER’S DAILY: Navigating Wills & Estates with common-law partners
This week, our own Timothy Sullivan’s first piece for The Lawyer’s Daily covers how lawyers can more successfully manage the sometimes tense situations that arise when common-law partners approach the [...]
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FROM ADVOCATE DAILY: Good estate plans involve open communication
Communication is vital when preparing a will From AdvocateDaily this week: Having an open discussion with family members, beneficiaries and intended executors is an important part of preparing an estate [...]
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Welcome to our new associate, Sarah G. Mizrahi!
  Meet our new associate in our Family Law & Civil Litigation practices We’re very pleased to announce that Sarah Mizrahi, LL.L., J.D. has joined SullivanLaw as an associate in [...]
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