lawyer: Maybe doing it yourself is your only choice - Family Law - 04/02/13 09:33 AM
For many reasons you may need a lawyer but find the cost prohibitive or the process intimidating.  You always have the option of Self Representation.

I am going to discuss going to court and Family Law and self representation.

Most people cannot afford the lawyers because of the cost,
However I can help you prepare the necessary documentation,
and organize it for you,
and advise you how to address the court,

Recently I did this for a mother whose former husband was trying to reduce the child support payments on my help, the mother practically … (2 comments)

lawyer: Have you had trouble with tenants? - 02/16/12 03:57 AM
Just got off the phone with a Landlord handling a dispute between his tenant and the adjacent neighbour over cars parked in a Right of Way (shared Mutual Driveway)  Tenant parks to drop off kids and groceries, neighbour has a tantrum about cars in the driveway.  This is escalating to LAWYER letter writing and the Neighbourhood Community Liaison Officer (Police), a call out of illegal building permits and pet tags.Why can't people just get along?Do you have a tenant from Hell story to share?I'm in Toronto  Reach out and say Hello

lawyer: Larry the Landlord; Sells his Marijuana Grow House - 12/16/10 01:28 AM
Ontario Realtors favour grow-op registry bill The Ontario Real Estate Association is welcoming a private member’s bill before Queen’s Park that calls for the creation of a grow-op registry – a move Realtors say will protect homebuyers. “Grow-ops are major problem for homebuyers in the province and we have been urging the Ontario government to establish a registry to protect consumers for almost 10 years,” the association’s President Dorothy Mason said in a news release published Nov. 25. While Realtors are required by law to disclose if a home has been used as a marijuana-grow operation or drug laboratory, they are … (2 comments)

lawyer: Qualified for A condominium Home Inspection - 09/28/10 01:15 AM
A book by Mark Weisleder – Put the Pen Down! What Homebuyers and Sellers Need to Know Before Signing On The Dotted Line – will prepare you well for closing day, and the day after.
The veteran real estate lawyer and instructor adapted two other books he wrote for real estate agents to suit the owners and buyers who pay for their services. He has packed in a wealth of information.
More importantly, an inspector could gauge the condition of the building’s heating, ventilation and air condition system, the roof and the garage. He or she could look into the building status certificate, condo … (5 comments)

lawyer: Land Transfer Taxes; when you buy a condo or house Toronto - 05/05/10 07:58 AM
Toronto and the surrounding area have separate land transfer tax rates.
If you are also first time buyers, you have rebates available to you.
The Ontario Land Transfer Tax applies to all purchases in the Province based on the Purchase Price.
In addition Toronto charges their own Land Transfer Tax.
Click here to open the closing costs calculator.
This Calculator was provided by Stan Gelman to assist you in your real estate transaction. Give Stan Gelman a call on your next real estate transaction.
The fees quoted are for a normal residential purchase transaction up to $550,000. Additional Fees May Apply Purchase … (0 comments)

lawyer: Are you giving Value First? - 04/26/10 09:13 AM
All the information that you need is available to you online; Everything about Toronto Real Estate that you could possibly need to know. We are able to calculate the closing costs for your on a residential real estate transaction, down to the penny. The most often asked questions (and emails that I receive) are about the land transfer tax and differences between the homes in the 416 and homes in the 905. There are two different taxes; being the Ontario Land Transfer Tax that applies in all of Ontario and the additional Toronto Land Transfer Tax that I affectionately call Miller … (0 comments)

lawyer: Common Law - Selling the House - 10/16/09 08:29 PM
In Canada there are defined rules about marital Assets and Common Law is a topic of concern for many couples. No matter the length of the relationship, the original owner retains legal control. Take this high profile case and apply it here; What would you do? Wang, 33, was arraigned and released on her own recognizance. She is due back in court Jan. 14. The complaint alleges that the couple were arguing inside their apartment at 101 West 24 St. at 1 a.m. on Sept. 15 when Wang struck English in the face with a watch, causing a cut that required … (1 comments)

lawyer: Buy an EX Grow house in Mississauga - 10/15/09 07:05 AM
Illegal marijuana-growing operations, which take advantage of large properties or are conducted in a rental unit whose title is in someone else's name, have become more visible in the past 10 years, said Jim Murphy, president of the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals.
Stan Gelman Lawyer Mississauga is of the same sentiment; Buyers need to protect themselves when buying Marijuana grow houses. These properties are not legally suitable for habitation because of the potential for health damage from Mould. Often renovations have been made to the structure that need to be repaired. A qualified and reputable Home Inspection Company … (4 comments)

lawyer: Divorce and YOUR Toronto Home - 02/11/09 09:42 PM


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