3 Potential Tax Breaks For Your Small Business

Posted on: 8 September 2016

You don't have to own a large corporation to take advantage of government-approved tax deductions each year. Small businesses can deduct a wide range of expenses, from driving costs to office supplies. Read on to learn about potential tax deductions for your company. Automotive Travel If you have a small office, it might be difficult to find enough space to schedule on-site meetings with clients. As a result, you or your employees may rack up mileage in a company vehicle while traveling to different meeting sites around the area. [Read More]

At What Point Do You Need A Sexual Harassment Attorney For A Workplace Claim?

Posted on: 29 June 2016

Many victims of sexual harassment hesitate to involve the law in their case, especially after being repeatedly ignored or even punished by their employers. The fear of retaliation or public humiliation is often enough to suppress the voices of those who need representation most, but there should be no shame in seeking justice when a crime has been committed against you. These are four signs that your sexual harassment claim needs to escalate into a legal one. [Read More]

3 Things You Need to Know About Getting Spousal Support in Alberta

Posted on: 27 April 2016

If you are getting divorced in Alberta, you might be considering including a request for spousal support in your initial court filings. Spousal support, also known as alimony, can be requested by both men and women. However, its original purpose was to support women who did not work during a marriage, so they could have an income after a divorce. While it is not as common for a judge to order spousal support today as it was in the past, due to new expectations of adults of both genders being able to support themselves, it can still sometimes be obtained. [Read More]

Can You Sue if Your Child Drowns in Someone's Pool?

Posted on: 15 October 2015

Losing a child is never easy to deal with, but a sudden loss due to a tragic event can make this even harder. If your child recently drowned in someone's swimming pool, you might be able to sue the pool owner. While this will not bring your child back, it will hold the pool owner responsible for the event. In order to win a case like this, you will need to prove the pool owner was negligent. [Read More]