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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.
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Marriage contracts have become more prominent in recent years, as many individuals wish to protect their money or assets before they enter into marriage with their significant other. Although a marriage contract can deal with more than just monetary arrangements, the most contested area of any marriage contract, unsurprisingly, tends to be about money. InNovember 29, 2021
In the age of COVID, there has been a growing divide between those who have received the COVID vaccine, and those that refuse to take the vaccine for political or other reasons. We have seen how the unvaccinated have been affected with respect to being turned away at restaurants, sporting events, concerts, etc. However, weNovember 15, 2021
In estate matters, I am often consulted about forcing the sale of real property. I have seen scenarios where an adult child lived with a deceased parent and refused to leave the estate residence, or a sibling taking the position that the Deceased’s property is really their property and should devolve to them by wayNovember 5, 2021
This process involves obtaining the court’s approval of the executor’s accounts. In Ontario, only in certain instances are executors required to have their accounts approved by the court. Generally, there is no fundamental duty to pass accounts. Accounts that are examined by the court are: 1) Approved or “passed” in the form as presented; 2)July 23, 2021
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