Buying a business

Buying an existing business with an established cash flow and products and with an established customer/client base is often preferable to a new start up. The due diligence process is important in the lead up to purchasing a business, be it shares or assets. Although...

Important Message for Executors and Administrators

Did you know that executors and administrators are required to pay all estate debts, including taxes, before distributing the assets to beneficiaries? To protect yourself, you can obtain a Clearance Certificate which certifies that all amounts owed to the Canada...

Buying a house??

When buying a house, please make sure that you have an appreciation of the costs that come with it. A lot of first time buyers do not appreciate the additional costs that can come with buying a home. So please note, when buying a house, factor in the provincial...

Employee Alert

Before signing an Employment Agreement or an Offer of Continuing Employment, you should obtain legal advice in order to fully understand the legal implications of such agreements. The commencement of  new employment and/or a promotion is an exciting time. Often...

Dying Without a Will. Common Law Partners’ Alert!

Did you know that if you are in a common law relationship, and die without a will, your common law partner is not entitled to receive a share of your estate under the Devolution of Estate Act of New Brunswick? In order to obtain a share of your estate, your common law...

Employer Alert

Human Rights Complaints against employers are on the rise. Human Rights Acts has been amended to add heads of discrimination such as gender identity or expression, social condition and political belief. Workplace discrimination issues require experienced legal...