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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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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
The concept of testamentary freedom refers to a person’s freedom to dispose of their property upon death as they see fit. There are limits on a person’s testamentary freedom and these limits are often reflected in provincial law. In Ontario, the Succession Law Reform Act, establishes limits on a person’s testamentary freedom. The process ofJuly 23, 2021
Who Owns Your Loved One’s Remains?: A Guide to Possessory Rights of a Deceased Person Losing a family member is an extremely difficult situation for anyone. Not only is it incredibly taxing emotionally, but you may have to deal with planning a funeral, settling an estate, dealing with banks or life insurance companies, or aApril 29, 2021
Lifetime Spousal Support Payments: Can They Be Changed or Terminated? Pursuant to Section 30 of the Family Law Act, a party to a family law proceeding may be ordered to pay support for the other spouse. Section 33(9) of the Family Law Act sets out the factors for the determination of the quantum and durationApril 29, 2021
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