Corporate Law

June 11th, 2024 - Corporate Law

Capital Gains Inclusion Rates set to increase in Alberta
Some Canadians are scrambling to sell off capital assets before June 25, 2024, in hopes of avoiding the Federal government’s impending increase to the capital gains inclusion rate. This change to capital gains taxes is aimed at ensuring the wealthiest...
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Providing a full suite of business services
Hayes Fry Law provides comprehensive legal services to businesses across Northern Alberta. Whether you’re starting, growing, or wrapping up your business, we’re here for you. Our corporate lawyers will help you plan and protect you, your family, and your business...
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October 3rd, 2022 - Corporate Law

Structuring Your Business
DID YOU KNOW… That the total number of businesses incorporated in Alberta was up 8.7% year over year at the end of August 20221. OR that 4,149 businesses were incorporated in Alberta during the month of August 2022 alone, a 21.3%...
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June 7th, 2021 - Civil Law, Corporate Law, Divorce & Family Law

How we’re redefining the practice of family law
Here’s the thing, we approach family law very differently; for every family law case, we ask the question, “What is the real problem here, and what are the short term and long-term solutions?”.  Overall, our goal as a firm with all...
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April 29th, 2021 - Civil Law, Corporate Law

Understanding what a Unanimous Shareholder Agreement is
The way in which Corporations are structured can be tricky, especially if there are a handful of Shareholders. But it doesn’t have to be and today, our Corporate/Civil legal team breaks down what it means to have a Unanimous Shareholder...
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