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The service I received from Bilawyers was exceptional. The attention to detail, customized, personable approach was second to none. I highly recommend their services.

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Robin R.

Our company made the decision to expand into Canada. We required expert legal guidance from the basics of establishing the company, complying with tax laws, creating employment contracts, and more; to the complex legal issues of business-to-business contracting; all while steering the complicated regulations associated with healthcare providers. Romesh has an understanding of clients needs…

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Romesh has been my lawyer since 2016, he’s very attentive, through and tries to find the best solution possible for your situation. He’s also very easy to get a hold of and works round the clock to ensure you are taken care of. Thank you Romesh!

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Gerry L.

After working with a few Litigators, I can attest to B&I Legal Counsel’s ability to provide real value to my unique drawn out case and produce an innovative approach to solving the outstanding complex issues. Thank you Romesh and staff for your commitment and uncompromising efforts.

Wills & Estates

The Definition of “Per Stirpes” & What Happens If Used Incorrectly in a Will

Estate planning lawyers use arcane terms like “per Stirpes” to articulate long-standing and precise meanings. The legal definition of “per stirpes” distribution means each branch is entitled to one share of the gift distributed among the members of the branch. But what happens when lawyers use the term incorrectly? That is what this article explores.