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5 Ways to Make Your Divorce Less Expensive

Almost everyone who calls us about divorce cases here at Merchant Law wants to know how much the divorce is going to cost. Even high net worth couples want to know what to expect so they can plan accordingly. Nobody wants to spend an excessive amount of money on an event that’s already hurting them.…

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Impaired Driving Offences and how to defend them

Introduction: Impaired driving is the act of operating or having care or control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs to the degree that mental and motor skills are impaired. These are considered serious criminal Offences, and is punishable under multiple offences in the Criminal Code of Canada, and can…

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September 8, 2017 Media Release “The Equifax data breach is the largest and most serious in North American history,” said Tony Merchant upon the launching of a national class action regarding the Equifax data loss. “Equifax, entrusted with a wide array of financial information regarding Canadians, Americans, and others throughout the world, has jeopardized the…

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Your Blood Alcohol Limit

Your Blood Alcohol Limit In most provinces, criminal charges result if you are drinking and driving while over .08. In many provinces there are other sanctions even if you are below .08. Estimating your blood alcohol level is not easy. Merchant Law cannot warrant these indicators but it will give you some guidance on driver…

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