A legal cornerstone...

Built on referrals, established by reputation.

Est. 1949

about-brimage-header

Legal Knowledge. Common Language.

At Brimage, we believe that you shouldn’t have to go through years of legal training to understand the law. That’s why our partners have all gotten together to assemble a database of legal knowledge, presented in language that everybody can understand.

We have articles on a number of subjects: Explanations of legal procedures, accounts of precedent-setting cases and their legal implications, and even tips that could potentially save you from legal issues down the road.

Use the menu to the left to browse by practice, or choose from the most recent articles below. And if you want to keep updated whenever we post a new article, feel free to follow us on Twitter, or follow our LinkedIn profile.

 


 

Administration of Your Estate: It Can be Easy or Hard, the Choice is Yours

Agriculture Law

published by Robert S. Fuller

The administration of the estate of a deceased farmer can raise some unique issues which require special attention and consideration. Unlike the passing of someone with passive assets, a farmer's death often comes with a host of immediate problems, especially if the death occurs during a busy season or to a livestock operation.

Read more...

Jail time or fines? Caution Needed When Cutting Trees

Municipal Law

published by Nathan A. Kolomaya

Cutting down a tree. Seems simple enough. Follow safety procedures and you’re good-to-go, right? Think again.

Read more...

Agriculture struggles with Estate Administration Tax

Agriculture Law

published by Diana Martin

Our own Robert Fuller weighs in on the steep penalties unprepared farmer executors could face when dealing with the new Estate Administration Tax. Read the article.

Read more...

Succession Law in Agriculture with Robert S. Fuller

Agriculture Law

published by Rebecca Hannam

Ontario Grain Farmer Magazine interviews our own Robert Fuller for great advice on agriculture business succesion and what pitfalls to avoid. Read the article.

Read more...

A tough choice: When children aren't suited to be successors to your farm.

Agriculture Law

published by Amy Petherick

In this article, Robert Fuller contributes insightful advice for when farmer parents make the difficult decision not to appoint their children as successors. Read Amy's article here.

 

Learn More About...

Civil Litigation     Real Estate Law     Business Law     Personal Injury     Family Law     Agriculture Law     Criminal Law     Wills & Estates     Municipal Law