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.



  • Anderson v. Anderson 2023, SCC 13

    A recent Supreme Court of Canada case, Anderson v. Anderson 2023 SCC 13 considered the enforceability of “kitchen table domestic contracts”.   Oftentimes a couple will draw up a contract amongst themselves to govern the division of their assets, or separation-related issues, in the event of a divorce or separation. If these agreements were done

    March 4, 2024
  • Lost Wills

    After a person passes away, their family members will begin to look for the Deceased’s Last Will and Testament, in order to determine what the Deceased’s final wishes for their estate are.   So, what happens if you can’t find a will?   In Ontario, there is a presumption that if an original will cannot

    December 5, 2023
  • Removal of a Co-Estate Trustee

    There are often cases where a testator will appoint multiple people to act jointly as their estate trustees. For example, the testator may have chosen to appoint all her children, or siblings. Some of the main duties of an estate trustee include: acquainting oneself with the nature and circumstances of the trust property, ascertaining the

    September 18, 2023
  • Dyquiangco Jr. v. Tipay, 2022 ONSC 1441

    Over the last year or so, there has quite a bit of discussion regarding the Covid-19 vaccine. This issue about whether to get the vaccine has been raised in our Courts. In the case of Dyquiangco Jr. v. Tipay, 2022 ONSC 1441, the Court was asked to make a parenting order in relation to whether

    January 18, 2023


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