Exploring Social Security Cases and Outcomes

  • Understanding Your Rights As A Non-Custodial Parent

    10 June 2015

    The custodial parent has the right to make all the major decisions for the children. They also have the responsibility of taking care of the well-being of the children. The custodial parent also has other rights such as: Choosing which school the child attends Choosing religion and religious services for the child Make both small and large medical decisions for the child Many of the rights granted a custodial parent may seem far-reaching to the non-custodial parent.

  • Can You Beat A DUI In Canada?

    21 May 2015

    The government takes driving under the influence very seriously. But whether you have been accused of driving while under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, or another substance, you should know that you always have a right to defend yourself. There are various factors that can influence a DUI case in Canada: Approved Testing Instrument Officers of the law may use a number of different testing methods when stopping you for a potential DUI infraction.

  • Been Charged With A DUI? How To Lessen The Consequences

    4 May 2015

    If you are facing a drinking and driving charge, you are probably really nervous about what is going to happen to you when you go to court. Although it is true that Canadian courts take drinking and driving offenses very seriously, there are things that you can do to help lessen the consequences. Follow these tips, and you shouldn't have as much to worry about when you do go to court.

  • Work Related Injuries: Get A Lawyer To Avoid Complications

    8 April 2015

    If you work a labor intensive job and you were hurt on the shop floor, but your company is trying to blame you for the incident, you need a personal injury lawyer. If you believe you were injured because the area wasn't safe for work, or because some of the equipment was faulty, a lawyer will help you look for the evidence you need to prove your case. You want to get worker's compensation and money for the expenses this injury has cost you, and a lawyer will try to get you the settlement you need.

  • Dos And Don'ts Of Registering A Used Car In Canada

    24 March 2015

    So, you're looking to buy a used car. You already know you'll need to have it insured and registered, but you're not quite sure how the license registry works for used vehicles in Canada. Fortunately, the process is pretty simple, and there are just a few important things you'll need to know in order to save yourself some time and hassle. DON'T Assume It'll Be Done for You First of all, don't make the mistake of assuming that the dealership from which you purchased the used car will handle the registration for you.

  • The Life Saving Reality Of A Special Needs Trust

    9 March 2015

    If you're living in the reality of low income with a loved one who has a disability, figuring out how to pay the bills can be frustrating, annoying, and at times even scary. Not knowing where to find your source of money to pay for the needs of yourself, your family, and a special needs individual is troubling-- but don't give up, even if you've experienced a disappointment. Of course, many people consider the common solution of government funded disability programs such as Social Security or Medicaid, but unfortunately, the strict qualifications for such programs may leave you unable to pursue those options.

  • Helpful Steps to Take When Building Up Your Credit

    19 February 2015

    In terms of your finances, one of the most important things to consider is your credit. When trying to build up your credit, these steps are important to take. Check Credit Score Before doing anything, you are going to need to check your credit score to see if it's bad or good. You can do this online, and a lot of credit companies can do this for free. All you need to do is type in some personal information like annual salary, age, address and types of credit cards owned.