A SOLID LEGAL FOUNDATION

Employers should get legal advice when drafting contracts for their employees or when letting someone go in order to avoid costly mistakes and potential litigation. A solid legal foundation means that business owners can concentrate on what they do best – running their business – instead of dealing with protracted legal disputes.

Employees are often faced with challenging situations at work, and need good advice about what their legal rights are so that they can make sound decisions based on the right information. We know that when we’re talking about your job, we’re also talking about your life, your house, and your future.

The lawyers at Ramsay Lampman Rhodes are experienced with the legal challenges of today’s workplace, and will focus on advocating for your interests, whether you’re drafting a contract for an exciting new opportunity, or you’re involved with a lawsuit.

Covid-19 Update: Phase 2 – Reopening Safely at RLR Lawyers

As of May 20, 2020, RLR Lawyers has reviewed the B.C. government and other health authority websites, and we continue to comply with health directions and prudent practices. As we start to reopen our offices, we also want to share the measures we are taking to protect our clients, our staff, and our communities. The…

Parenting Arrangements and COVID-19

COVID-19 poses distinct challenges for families who share parenting time between two households. Many parents wonder if transitioning a child back and forth between homes is a safe practice during a pandemic. In these unusual times, most co-parenting arrangements can and should continue. Parents should not assume that an existing parenting schedule is automatically “paused”…

COVID-19 Update: Our Nanaimo office can help if you need to sign legal documents in the presence of a lawyer.

Despite COVID-19 restrictions, there may be urgent cases where you must appear before a lawyer to sign legal documents such as affidavits, Powers of Attorney, or land title transfer documents. We can accommodate these circumstances at our Nanaimo office. If you find yourself in a situation where you must sign a document in person before…

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