Top Three Tips for Self-Litigation
There has been an increase in the number of self-litigants in recent years. Parties to cases usually opt for Read More
What are your Rights in Canada if you don’t have a Pardon?
A pardon in Canada means that the government has cleared your name of all your past records and nobody have to know about that while you foray into your future. Pardon in Canada is now known as Read More
The Importance of a Will
It has been found that an alarming number of Canadians do not take their wills seriously. Which means, if something happens to them suddenly, they have not legally decided who in their family and f
Don´t Lose Opportunities – Get a Pardon Today
In Canada, when you have a criminal record in your name, it shows in your government records unless you apply for a Read More
What is the Difference Between a Contested Divorce and an Uncontested Divorce
In Canada, there are two types of divorce: an uncontested divorce which is also known as a joint divorce and contested divorce. The difference between both of them is mainly procedural and both of
New Marijuana laws vs. Old Marijuana charges
Recreational marijuana was legalized in October of 2018, in Canada. Since then, the government has been working around the clock to ensure that all the proper laws are put in place, and a lot of ef
What are your rights now that Marijuana is legal? What does it mean for your record?
Canada legalized pot in October of 2018. Though the country has had medical cannabis available since 2001, now the residents of the country can buy it in their local stores and can also grow it leg