We are all “something”…

I was thinking about all what my clients have said to me, and it got me thinking… We are all “something”, a crook, a liar, a cheater, a rapist, a survivor. But we are also so much more…We have the potential to be beautiful, caring, compassion, and intelligent…we are more than just that one thing. We are many things. We all have many parts. We are all “something”, a crook, a liar, a cheater, a rapist, a survivor. But we are also so much more…We have the potential to be beautiful, caring, compassion, and intelligent…we are more than just that one thing. We are many things. We all have many parts to ourselves and our lives are made for us to learn about each part and see how it shapes our overall identity. We aren’t just one thing. So, If we just hold on to that awareness. Then we may find, we can bare the weight of horrific experiences and know that everyone else can as well,  with the right supports and time.

A Bankrupt Can’t Escape a Judgment for Sexual Assault

This is important for those who are considering Civil Suits for Sexual Assault Survivors. Although this is from Ontario, it means that there is precedent in Canada which could be useful for my clients.

Under most circumstances, an order of discharge will release a person from all debts. There are, however, exemptions that have been legislated to ensure that a bankrupt party does not escape a debt arising from certain morally blameworthy actions, and sexual assault may be one of those reasons…

A Bankrupt Can’t Escape a Judgment for Sexual Assault – Lerners Personal Injury Law Firm