If you were to head down to your local library (remember those?) and dig up some predictions from the 1950s about what the future was supposed to look like, you’d likely find lots of guesses about…
I’ve been asked a lot of difficult questions by potential investors and clients over the years.
I recently read Jonathan Haidt’s book, “The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom.” Haidt is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia.
If you haven’t already, it is time to take note of the Accessibility for Ontarian’s with Disabilities Act (the “Act”).
Compensating Estate Trustees, Attorneys for Property and Attorneys for Personal Care
If you’re involved in non-personal injury litigation, whether you are being sued or you are suing someone else, there are several things that you should prepare before you initially see a lawyer…
The Small Claims Court process is meant to be a streamlined, easy to navigate process that is friendly to self-represented parties.
Generally, most home owners have purchased home owners insurance. But, many often don’t read the fine print and rely on their insurance brokers to ensure that they have the proper coverage.
The short answer is yes; you should purchase optional insurance benefits.
The phrase “move over!” is more than something angry road-raged drivers shout at those they’re driving behind—it’s now the law.