Month: March 2019

3 Factors that Could End up Hurting Your Custody Case

By sonickyouth

One of the aspects that is the most distressing during divorce proceedings is custody. And this is where many people end up making crucial mistakes that will ruin their chances of getting what they want. The worst is that they are sometimes completely unaware that they’re committing these mistakes and might even think that they could actually help their case. In this article, we’re going to give you some of the factors that could end up ruining your child custody case.

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Losing Sight of Who This is For

People often forget that this is ultimately about the kids, not about them. That’s why you have to set your hurt feelings, frustration, and anger aside and think about your children first and foremost. When judges look at child custody cases, they look at what they think will be your children’s best interest. They will look at the testimony … Read the rest

When Do I Need a Business Attorney?

By sonickyouth

If you own a small business or are considering starting one, you may be wondering if you need to hire an attorney to help with the process. Many small business owners fear that hiring an attorney will be too expensive and way out of their budget. Thankfully, that is not the case. Attorneys are accessible for new business owners and can assist with decision-making that can actually save you money in the long run.

Finding the right stage in your company’s development for the investment in legal counsel is crucial. Figuring it out means assessing what you do and how it is regulated, then determining at what point you will need to have an attorney to keep moving forward and at what point you have enough potential exposure to liability to justify the expense. The reason so many experienced entrepreneurs advise you to get a lawyer right away is that … Read the rest

New Interim Pathways to Permanent Residence for Canada’s Caregivers

By sonickyouth

Good News!!! Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced a new interim pathway on February 23, 2019, for the foreign caregivers who came to Canada after November 30, 2014, and were not entitled to Canadian permanent residence. As per the latest information, the opportunity will remain open from March 4, 2019, to June 4, 2019, only.

The three-month Interim Pathway for Caregivers will be applicable to individuals who have gained work experience in Canada as a home support worker, home childcare provider or a combination of both since November 30, 2014, through Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program.

According to David Cohen, senior partner at the Campbell Cohen Canadian immigration law firm in Montreal, Quebec, “As Canada’s population ages, foreign caregivers are becoming more and more necessary in this country and it’s great to see IRCC acknowledging the fact Canada also has to take care of them and facilitating family reunification”. … Read the rest