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Author: Patricia Gordon

Clients are often apprehensive about their first meeting with a family lawyer. Knowing what to expect can ease anxiety and coming prepared for some of the questions you’ll be asked can help make the most of your time. While every meeting will be different, they often follow a general structure: Your lawyer will ask you…

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Shareholders agreement
Author: Daniel Thomson

I am often asked to explain what a “Tag-Along” (a.k.a. “Piggyback”) right is or what it means to be subject to a “Drag-Along” (a.k.a. “Co-Sale”) provision. These provisions are most typically set out in a corporation’s shareholders’ agreement.  I have seen them in a corporation’s articles, but that is a very rare place to put…

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Surviving spouse
Author: Meghan O'Neil

In my last blog, I outlined the rights a common law partner has against the estate of his or her deceased partner. As mentioned in that blog, a common law partner’s right against his or her partner’s estate is limited to a dependant’s relief claim or unjust enrichment claim. While a married spouse can also…

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