Toronto Estate Lawyers

SHOULD I REPRESENT MYSELF

The amount of commentary and controversy surrounding self-represented litigants seems to be growing. Certainly there are many who believe that people who self represent are clogging the courts, costing the system and the person on the other side way too much money, and in reality doing themselves a ...
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Family Law, Divorce and the Internet – Should I Believe What I Read? by Chris Stankiewicz

For many of us, the Internet is our first (and sometimes only) stop when we need information, and so it not surprising that many people facing family law issues turn to the Internet for answers. The Internet can be a very user-friendly and helpful way for someone to gain an understanding of how the ...
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The Value of a Prenup

A Prenuptial Agreement is a tool used to either correct a financial power imbalance prior to a pending marriage, or to perpetuate that power imbalance. The second choice is the most fundamental reason people seem to want these agreements. A prenup is a Domestic Contract which is an agreement r...
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