Common Misconceptions Concerning Child Welfare Cases In Canada
2 February 2015
Protecting the lives of children should be a top priority for any public commission. This is why there is so much attention and focus given to child welfare in provinces across Canada. Child abuse provokes a lot of negative response in general because it is an emotional topic. Therefore, common misconceptions are bound to come into play. If you are involved a child abuse report or case against you as a guardian, it is imperative that you get your facts from a family lawyer.
Slip And Fall Accidents: Do You Qualify For Compensation?
21 January 2015
Were you recently injured as the result of a slip and fall at a local retailer or other business? If so, you may qualify for compensation as a result of your injuries. Taking the time to review the information outlined below can help you to determine whether or not your case qualifies for compensation under current personal injury laws.
A Reasonable Assumption Of Risk
Each day, you take risks, many times without even realizing it.
3 Communication Tips For Co-Parenting Divorcees
16 January 2015
If you've recently divorced and have agreed with your ex-spouse to try co-parenting, understand that you're probably going to run into some road blocks along the way. You and your ex-spouse won't always see eye-to-eye when it comes to parenting decisions, and tensions may flare from time to time. All too often, however, these situations become much worse because of poor communication. Here are three helpful communication tips that could make co-parenting a lot easier on both of you.
Two Types Of Business Insurance Downfalls That Could Prove Costly In A Small Business
6 January 2015
When you are in the process of starting a small business, there will be a lot of expenses to have to deal with for sure. Everything from investing in a storefront to filling shelves with merchandise will be at the top of your list of things to do. There is one thing on your list of things to do that can get neglected because it is looked at as just another expense.