Have A Legal Problem? Why You Need A Lawyer Referral Service
2 January 2015
If you are currently dealing with a legal issue, you may believe that simply contacting an attorney from a firm like Schnell Hardy Jones LLP is the best way for you to obtain representation for your case. However, going through a lawyer referral service may prove to be the most productive route to take for your legal matter. Lawyer referrral services work to match individuals with the attorney that will handle their case in the best way possible.
How Is Shoplifting Handled In Canada?
21 October 2014
There isn't actually a crime called "shoplifting" but it is covered under Canadian theft laws. Shoplifting usually falls within the laws for theft under $5,000 and can be handled in a variety of ways. Like anyone accused of a crime, you have certain rights you should be aware of. Having a lawyer present is one of those rights.
Thefts Over and Under $5,000 in Canadian Law
All thefts over $5,000 are indictable offences, which are more complicated and have much stiffer penalties.
What To Legally Expect As A Salaried Restaurant Manager
18 September 2014
If you are just starting out in the hospitality industry as a salaried restaurant manager, you'll be paid a set salary instead of an hourly wage. This type of arrangement is attractive to many because of the additional benefits that come along with it. This guide will help you understand how this salary works, the type hours you'll be at the restaurant. and the perks you might enjoy.
Salaried Employees Don't Get Overtime
Moving After Divorce: Things To Keep In Mind
30 July 2014
Divorce brings many changes to your life. When you are a parent, you may be surprised to find it can also determine where you are able to live or limit the area you can relocate to. Cooperative parenting is always best for your children, but at times you may find yourself at an impasse with your ex-spouse.
When you find yourself facing an angry ex spouse who isn't on board with your upcoming move, you may find yourself facing off in court and letting a judge decide if the move is going to happen or not.