When Can You Sue Your Fertility Doctor For Malpractice?

If you and your spouse are struggling with fertility issues while wishing for a child of your own, you're not alone -- it's estimated that more than 16 percent of Canadian couples have some type of diagnosed infertility. With recent advances in reproductive technology, your desire for a biological child may be within reach. However, these technologies often come hand-in-hand with potential medical complications; and recently, several fertility physicians have come under fire for engaging in what some would call unethical behavior. Read More 

Understanding Legal Requirements For Immigrants: Four Vital Points You Must Understand

If you plan to immigrate to Canada, you already know that the legal system can be somewhat tricky to navigate. Fortunately, having a good immigration lawyer on hand is a very good way to alleviate some of this stress. While your lawyer will remain an invaluable tool throughout the process, it's important for you to understand what's expected of you once you arrive. Read on to ensure that you are prepared with the right knowledge to start your new life in the Great White North. Read More 

Fighting Foreclosure? 3 Mistakes To Avoid If You Want To Keep Your Home

No one plans for a foreclosure, but unfortunately over 4.6 million Canadians are currently either at risk for foreclosure or going through the dreadful process. When faced with a foreclosure, the stress and shock can make it easy to make a mistake that could cost you your home. If you want to keep your debt from taking your house, it's vital to avoid making these common errors that can ruin your foreclosure case. Read More 

Documents You Need When Settling A Car Accident Case

Over 20 million people are injured in car accidents each year, and nearly 1.3 million people die as a result of accidents. A lot of these accidents could have been prevented had the other driver been paying attention, but there is nothing you can do to take back what has already happened. If you are part of these statistics and have injuries from an automobile accident, you have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver. Read More 

Step-Parenting: Can Your Second Ex-Spouse Fight For Shared Custody Of Your Children?

If your second marriage ends in divorce, and you have children together from that marriage, you may agree to share custody of the kids. But what happens if your second ex-spouse wants to share the custody of the children from your previous marriage? If you allowed your second spouse to adopt or legally claim your previous marriage's children, he or she may have the right to sue for shared custody. Although this can potentially get ugly, you can compromise with your new ex-spouse regarding the custody of his or her stepkids. Read More