Brimage Lawyer Robert Fuller

Robert S. Fuller B.Sc. LL.B.
Taxation Specialist

Brimage lawyer Robert Fuller practices Business Law, Wills & Estates and Agriculture Law, and is a designated taxation specialist.

Areas of Expertise

  • Wills
  • Estate Administration
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Estate Tax Planning
  • Trusts
  • Alter Ego Trusts
  • Disability Trusts
  • Disability Estate Planning
  • Taxation and Tax Planning
  • Corporations and Incorporation
  • Corporate Leasing
  • Partnerships


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Activities and Achievements

  • Author of Agriculture Law in Canada
  • Co-Counsel in unanimous decision in client’s favour at the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Past President of Norfolk Law Association
  • Member Society of Estate and Trust Practitioners
  • Member of Canadian Association of Farm Advisors
  • Published in the Canadian Tax Journal
  • Authored papers for the Ministry of Agriculture Food & Rural Affairs
  • Keynote speaker and Columnist
  • Lectures extensively to various organizations and non-profit corporations including: Norfolk Association for Community Living, Haldimand Norfolk REACH, Simcoe and District Chamber of Commerce, Haldimand Norfolk Manufacturers’ Association, Delhi Chamber of Commerce, Delhi Rotary Club, Norfolk District Business Development Corporation, Fanshawe College, the Simcoe Probus Club, the Simcoe Seniors Centre and the Town of Simcoe Economic Development Department


  • University of Toronto (Honours Bachelor of Science, Zoology Specialist)
  • University of Western Ontario Law School
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario in 1987

A few words from Robert

Welcome! Despite my 3rd Degree Black Belt in Karate, you’ll find me to be very personable.

You could say my clients benefit directly from my training in Karate. This art brings an inner discipline and desire for the achievement of excellence, and it is with great pride I carry these traits to my professional life as a Brimage Specialist Lawyer.

I pride myself on providing my clients with superior timely responses, with utmost care and expert knowledge.”

Prior to joining Brimage, I practiced at a mid-size downtown Toronto law firm. Since 1990, I have been extremely proud to be part of Brimage Law Group here in Norfolk County where I balance my workload with active community involvement. Professionally speaking, I am very proud to have achieved a Specialist Designation in Taxation, as well as to have authored “Agriculture Law in Canada.”

In the near future I look forward to meeting with you personally to discuss your legal needs for: Business Law, Taxation, Estate Planning and Wills & Trusts. As my client you will feel confident in my proactive approach. I will foresee issues before they impact you personally and/or professionally and that is my sincere guarantee.

Robert in the Media

Home-made Wills

Did you know home-made Wills are highly contestible and can accumulate large amounts of avoidable taxes?

Legal Articles by Robert Fuller

Administration of Your Estate

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.

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Naming Your Business

When a business is being established, one of the first things that is usually addressed is the name of the business. While the task might seem simple, quite often is not.

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Don’t Believe Everything Revenue Canada Tells You

I have at times had people in my office who have “spoken to someone at Revenue Canada” (or another government agency for that matter) and received advice that they are determined to follow. Sometimes they even obtain the name of the government person they spoke to. The person feels that he or she is “protected”. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth.

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Bankruptcy – Commonly Asked Questions

Although it is something people don’t wish to think about, there are times when bankruptcy is the only financial option available. The following are some commonly asked questions about personal bankruptcy. If this is an option you must contemplate, get the advice of experts. The answers below are only general guidelines.

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Did you know?

  • Always declare an alternative guardian for any minor children in case your first choice is unable to care for them » Learn more
  • You can write conditions into your Will to change it in the event of “special circumstances” » Learn more
  • Keep your lawyer’s contact information on hand at all times just in case of a legal misunderstanding » Learn more
  • When buying a property all documents (from both lenders and realtors) should be run by an experienced real estate lawyer » Learn more
  • It’s very important to have all your documents completed properly and to have your case accurately and thoroughly stated » Learn more
  • Civil claims have set limitation periods so it is important to file as soon as possible » Learn more
  • Sole proprietorship, partnership and incorporation all have their advantages and disadvantages » Learn more
  • Update your Will with every major change to your life, family or finances » Learn more
  • Before entering a business partnership it’s important that a partnership agreement is drafted by an experienced business lawyer » Learn more
  • Many lawsuits are settled before a trial begins » Learn more
  • If you are arrested or detained you have the right to be told why you have been arrested or detained » Learn more
  • If a “limitation period” passes with no actions taken you could miss out on the compensation you deserve » Learn more
  • When selling a property have the utility companies do the final readings to avoid contest » Learn more
  • Brimage Law Group is Norfolk County’s only law firm with dedicated business lawyers » Learn more
  • In custody agreements it’s important to include grandparents’ visitation rights » Learn more
  • Additional expenses in real estate transactions should be transferred via certified cheque from your bank for the exact amount » Learn more

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