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Partnership Agreements 101

This past year made a lot of people rethink their business direction and reinvent themselves. Some considered going into business for themselves and some joined forces to get their idea off the ground. If you are in the latter category, here is what you need to know about forming a partnership. A partnership is when […]
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Firm vs. Conditional Offer

Making an offer can be an exciting and a stressful step of the buying process. There are a lot of factors that can make or break the decision. It’s good to know the types of offers that you can make in order to ensure you not only get the house you want but also protect […]
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BUYING A PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONDO

Buying a pre-construction condo is different than buying a house and there are certain rules that you should consider. This type of investment might have some risks, hidden costs and complicated contract terms. Like in any real estate transaction, having an Experienced Real Estate Lawyer by your side will make this process easier. Whether you […]
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Types of Insurance for Homeowners

When you buy your home, you are making one of the most important financial decisions in your life. Just like anything else that is valuable to you, you would want to protect it. Educating yourself on the types of insurance that are available, will give you peace of mind if anything happens. There are 3 […]
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What To Do If Your Long-Term Disability Claim Is Denied

It can be tremendously discouraging to hear that your long-term disability claim was denied and many people give up on the idea. However, it is important to know that claim denial is common and it’s important to follow a proper process to possibly change the decision. In this blog we will go through the typical denial process and hopefully […]
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You Got Hit by an Uninsured Driver: Now What?

First things first: everywhere in Canada, car insurance is mandatory – no exceptions! But unfortunately not everyone follows the rules. So if you were hit by an uninsured driver – here are some things you need to know. The good news, if you have insurance, most likely you will have some coverage. You will have […]
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Joint Tenants vs. Tenants In Common

There are two types of ownership that are primarily used in Ontario and although they might sound similar, there are key differences that you need to be aware of before sharing your property. Depending on your situation, the ownership of the title can affect a lot of other aspects of your life such as estate […]
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