Law at the Library
These days, very few people can afford to hire a lawyer... and even if you just need some legal information, it is not always easy to know where to look or how to approach a legal problem.
Four legal programs coming up next week at Toronto Public Library branches around the city tackle small claims actions, disability law, divorce and family law. All programs are free of charge. Here is the lowdown.
|Source: Library and Archives Canada.||Source: Duhaime's Law Gallery.|
Information about the entire series can be found at Law at the Library. Topics to be addressed include:
- Real estate law
- Intellectual property issues for small business
- The law of the condo
- Wills and estate planning
- Permanent residency
- Employment law--the rights of the employee
- Immigrating to Canada
- Powers of attorney and wills