Welcome to Bickhram Litigation

When it comes to legal services, experience and results speak volumes. So while we pride ourselves on our client focus and personal approach, at Bickhram Litigation we also recognize that our years of experience and our track record of positive results are just as important.

As part of our litigation service, we seek to explore the basic, no nonsense approach to resolve disputes. This can include negotiation, mediation or fierce advocacy in the courtroom.

To discuss your concerns and learn more about your options, call Rick Bickhram at (905) 361-9787 to schedule an appointment for a complementary consultation. Evening and weekend meetings can be set up by request. Rick Bickhram can also be reached by e-mail at [email protected], or by filling out the form below.



  • Bill 245: Changes to Estate Planning in Ontario

    As of January 1st, 2022, Bill 245 has made amendments to the Succession Law Reform Act in Ontario.  Some of these amendments will drastically change the way legal work is done forever. Firstly, marriage will no longer automatically revoke a will, as a will made before marriage will continue to be valid.  In the past,

    June 20, 2022
  • Declaring a Missing Person Deceased in Ontario

    Declaring a Missing Person Deceased in Ontario When a court in Ontario legally declares a person dead, there are important implications which follow the ruling that may be serious and, in some cases, irreversible.  The courts are therefore reluctant to rule a missing person deceased when there is no body to prove death.  This uncertainty

    June 13, 2022
  • Man Ordered to pay $50,000 for not Marrying Former Fiancée

    A Georgia man was sued by his former Fiancée for “breach of promise to Marry”, and the Georgia Court of Appeals has Ordered the Man to pay his former Fiancée $50,000 for breaching his promise. In Court documents, it is alleged that the Man proposed to the Women and gave her a ring worth $10,000.  The Man

    May 30, 2022
  • Some Helpful Tips for Those Involved In a Guardianship Dispute

    A guardian is a substitute decision maker, who steps into the shoes of a person who is not mentally capable of making a particular decision.   A person may not be mentally capable for a variety of reasons, but the most common cause is the result of dementia.  The Toronto Star has already reported that dementia is on

    May 16, 2022


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