We’re always hearing the term “constitutional rights” but what are they? – What are our rights?
Our constitutional rights are set out in the Constitution of Trinidad and Tobago. The Constitution is the supreme or highest law of the land (think of it as the holy grail of laws). It means that any laws passed in Parliament must be in keeping with what is set out in the Constitution.
Safety while driving is always important and in T&T the driver and front seat passengers in a motor vehicle must wear seat belts while the vehicle is in motion.
A will tells everyone what should happen to your money, property and possessions after you die (all these things together are called your ‘estate’).
Making a will is a very wise thing to do; life is uncertain and we never know when we’re gonna go (the thought of that is morbid yes….but planning for it is definitely the smart thing to do). Here are six (6) reasons why you should make a will:
When we get married we hope that it will be an everlasting love; unfortunately, there are times where this isn’t the case and things just don’t go as planned.
Child marriage will now be illegal in Trinidad and Tobago.