Depending on the nature of your personal injury claim, suing the defendant in small claims court may be an option for you. This court specializes in claims under a certain dollar value and provides many benefits over regular civil court to litigants. Here's more information to help you decide if suing in small claims court is the best option for you to collect damages for injuries caused by a defendant.
1 June 2015
There are two types of Lawsuits when dealing with personal injury cases. The first is a formal lawsuit and the second is an informal settlement. It is important to understand the difference between each of these types of settlements and when it is better to use one form of settlement over the other. What is a Formal Lawsuit? A formal lawsuit is when an individual files a formal complaint in a civil court of law.
28 May 2015
In Canada, the federal Divorce Act defines the rules for married couples who divorce. This legislation applies in all states and provinces, and the courts will decide if one spouse must pay maintenance to his or her ex-partner after the marriage ends. Of course, very often, your ex-partner may go on to marry somebody else, but a lot of people are unsure what this means to any spousal support arrangements. Learn more about the rules about spousal support, and find out what happens to these arrangements if your ex-partner remarries.
28 May 2015