Fight For Your Rights: Child Protection And Family Law

Child Protective Services is a government agency that is responsible for keeping children safe in their homes. When a child is thought to be in danger or abused, CPS will intervene and find out what is going on. Typically, families will go through an interview process and the investigator will talk to the family's friends, neighbors, school teachers, and more to determine whether or not the child is in danger or being abused. Read More 

Charged With Sexual Assault? See If One Of These Defenses Can Help

Being charged with sexual assault can be extremely terrifying, especially when you didn't do what the prosecution claims. Even when you might have performed certain actions, that doesn't mean the other party didn't consent. Regardless of what the situation might be, you need to know that there are options available to you to defend against the allegations. If you are facing sexual assault charges, see if one of the following defenses might work for your specific situation. Read More 

Post No Evil: How to Use Social Media Wisely When You’re a WSIB Claimant

When dealing with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, or WSIB, the things you say will most certainly be used against you. It's important to practice discretion when you're pursuing a claim or you're a recipient of benefits. Protect yourself and your case by following some rules: Behave as if you are always being watched. Of course this sounds like the rantings of a paranoid adviser, but the fact is, investigations of WSIB claimants are increasing. Read More 

4 Benefits To Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer

If you're ever seriously injured due to the fault of another person, it's important that you consider getting legal counsel on your side. It's important that the person or company who caused you pain and suffering faces the consequences and it's also important for you to get back to a normal life as soon as possible. Many people choose to hire an injury lawyer as soon as they find themselves dealing with an injury. Read More 

Don’t Forget Pets When Doing Estate Planning

Pets provide unconditional love and loyalty to their owners. While owners typically return those feelings, many unfortunately forget to make arrangements for their animal companions while putting together wills and performing other estate planning tasks. Without specific instructions, your pet could end up in a shelter or worse after you become incapacitated or pass away. To prevent that from happening, here's what you can do to provide for your pet if it outlives you. Read More