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  • Real estate lawyer Winnipeg, Corporate law Winnipeg
    How a Real Estate Lawyer Can Help with a Commercial Lease

    Commercial and residential leases are unique contracts in Manitoba. While residential leases are governed by the Residential Tenancies Act and must comply with the legislation, commercial leases are like any other contract between two parties. The presumption is that the two businesses entering the contract (the landlord and commercial tenant) are generally on equal footing. Thus, it is essential that you understand the key terms of the contract before entering a commercial lease.

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    How Are Child Custody & Visitation Established?

    If you have children and are in the process of separating from your spouse, understanding the law surrounding child custody and visitation will be very important. Winnipeg lawyers Cassidy Ramsay explain how child custody arrangements are decided, and issues that can arise.

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  • Will and estate lawyer winnipeg
    What Happens If I Don’t Make a Will Or I Leave Behind An Outdated Will?

    Planning for the future is one of the most important things that you can do for your family and loved ones. A major component of this is taking steps to prepare and execute a will that reflects your intentions when you pass. A will is a legal document which outlines your wishes about distribution of assets and, if applicable, the care of any minor children. Without a properly drafted will that reflects your wishes when you die, you may subject your loved ones to unnecessary conflict and financial difficulty. Below are some issues to consider if you fail to make a will or if you leave an outdated will.

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  • Lawyer and client signing documents
    Why You Need a Property Lawyer

    If you have ever leased a property, purchased a house or condo, or leased commercial space for your business, then you may understand the complexity of real estate transactions. The agreement that you ultimately reach can have serious legal consequences and practical implications in real life. As such, it is always essential to consult a knowledgeable real estate lawyer in Winnipeg to ensure that your lease, purchase, or sale, meets your needs. Below are a few of the reasons why.

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  • 28/11/2018
    Signs You Should Hire a Divorce Lawyer

    If you are beginning divorce proceedings, you may initially believe that using an online toolkit or navigating the process yourself will save time and money. However, understanding elements of family court can be complicated, and divorce can bring up unfamiliar legal issues. If you represent yourself, you risk drawing out the process and spending more money than needed.

    Divorces can be emotional, and if you wish to safeguard your financial and legal interests, you should consider hiring a divorce lawyer in Winnipeg. If you unsure about how to navigate the legal system, don’t know your legal rights, obligations & options, if custody and access are in dispute, or if relations with your former partner are highly acrimonious, do consider hiring a divorce lawyer in Winnipeg.

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  • 25/01/2018
    Spousal Support 101 – What You Should Know

    If you are getting separated or divorced, it is important not to stress yourself. Instead, you will want to learn about your rights and obligations from your divorce lawyer in Winnipeg, including the payment of spousal support. Also known as alimony or maintenance, spousal support is money paid from the higher income partner to the other after a separation or divorce; it is intended to try apportioning the family income in a fair way between the spouses. Spousal support may be compensatory (for what one party gave up in the marriage) and/or based on need.

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  • 25/01/2018
    What to Expect from the Child Support Process

    Child support is a legally binding obligation on a parent to pay for the raising of children after that parent’s relationship with the other parent breaks down. Child support may be court-ordered or it may come about after seeking assistance for matters pertaining to family law in Winnipeg. One parent, typically the “non-custodial” parent, whose children do not stay with them, pays the other, the “custodial parent”, on a regular basis.

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  • 13/06/2017
    The Importance of Having a Will and a Power of Attorney

    When it comes to Winnipeg family law matters surrounding wills and powers of attorney, most Winnipeggers can feel a little lost. At Cassidy Ramsay, a law firm in Winnipeg, we think that it is important for everyone to know what a will and a power of attorney are, as well as why it is important to have these two legal documents.

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