Listen, there is no way to sugar coat this. As a business owner, the current crisis is the most difficult thing most of us have ever encountered in our entrepreneurial lives. We are afraid for the future of our business. We are afraid for the safety of our staff. We are afraid for the safety
Bill 145, Trust in Real Estate Services Act, 2020, received royal asset yesterday. Among other things, this means real estate professionals in Ontario can incorporate without needing to be a broker. Journey Law can help.
Do you own a business that operates under a name that is not your personal name? Do you have a logo or design that is part of your brand? If you answered yes to either of those two questions, then you need legal protection for your brand. At Journey Law, we can do some initial
As society moves toward an online existence, it becomes increasingly important to account for our digital presence in our wills and in estate planning.
Cornwall and area wills and estates lawyer, Michele Allinotte, reviews what small business owners need to consider to ensure that their business will survive, even after the founder or owner passes away.
Cornwall lawyer Michele R.J. Allinotte from Allinotte Law Office discusses what you need to think about before signing any contracts or agreements.