Corporate Law in Calgary

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Comprehensive Corporate Legal Services for New & Established Businesses

Our considerable experience enables us to meet the needs of franchises, corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, sole proprietorships, and nearly any other type of business.

When it comes to corporate law, our philosophy is simple: place the interests of our clients first. Being well versed in corporate law, we can help you navigate the muddied waters of corporate and business law. Our experience is evident in the timeliness of our work, transparency in our communication, and the results we provide.

Our Legal Services for Businesses

Are you starting a new business or purchasing or selling a business? Do you have questions about what the appropriate next steps are? We invite you to contact us to book a consultation. We will provide you with a plan based on your business and specific needs.

Start-Ups, New Businesses, & Societies

We have worked with hundreds of business owners during their infancy, helping them choose the appropriate business and share structure based on their needs, projected growth, and other key information.

Some of the services we provide include:

  • Incorporation of both named and numbered corporations, as well as societies
  • Minute book preparation, drafting of corporate bylaws, and articles of incorporation
  • General advice on corporate structure and share structure
  • Creation of unanimous shareholder agreements, joint venture agreements, and partnership agreements

We also regularly act as our clients registered office, including maintenance of the corporation’s minute book.

If you are a new business seeking assistance, we would love to talk to you.

Our experience with businesses of all sizes provides us with excellent insight into the needs of most business owners. Specific services include:

  • Contracts, both external and internal
  • Unanimous shareholders agreements, joint venture agreements, and partnership agreements
  • Licensing agreements
  • Employment agreements
  • Financing transactions
  • Review of existing documents/agreements
  • Leasing transactions

We can provide general legal counsel for business matters and welcome the opportunity to assist you. If you are unsure of the specific type of services you need, we encourage you to book a consultation so we can learn about your needs in greater depth.

Purchasing or selling a business is an exciting time but also one that requires diligence and attention to detail. Our firm prides itself on conducting rigorous due diligence, ensuring your interests are protected and properly represented.

Services include:

  • Drafting and negotiating asset purchase agreements and share purchase agreements
  • Review and negotiation of franchise agreements and lease agreements
  • Due diligence as required by our client, including review of material agreements, franchise agreements, and lease agreements, as well as performing necessary governmental and regulatory investigations
  • Coordination with third parties such as lenders, franchisors, and landlords
  • Drafting and negotiating all relevant transaction documents

If we have asked you to fill in one of our questionnaires for your corporate legal matter, please find it here:

Our Locations

Main Office

Come visit our main office during the following hours, or make an appointment to see us at our Central or South Calgary locations.

  • #20, 1915 32nd Avenue NE
  • Calgary, AB T2E 7C8

Central Office

By Appointment Only

  • #135, 808 42 Ave S.E.
  • Calgary, AB T2G 1Y9

South Office

By Appointment Only

  • #300, 340 Midpark Way SE
  • Calgary, AB T2X 1P1

Our Testimonials

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The Alberta Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2022 (the “Act”), came into force on December 15, 2022. The Act amends three existing Alberta statutes: the Land Titles Act, the Law of Property Act and the Limitations Act, with the effect of updating the law regarding adverse possession in order to protect registered private landowners’ property […]

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Many people going through a divorce may experience a whirlwind of emotions and feelings. But divorce can also bring a lot of anxiety and confusion, mainly around who gets what.  Splitting assets in a divorce can be a complex process. For this reason, seeking the guidance of a legal professional can help ensure that your […]

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A miniature house and a gavel. The Dower Act is a piece of legislation that provides certain protections to spouses in real estate transactions in Canada

The Dower Act has been in place in Alberta for over a century and was originally designed to protect the rights of a wife who was unable to own property. If the husband decided to sell the property, the wife could not be evicted. This legislation was created in response to the possibility of a […]

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