Category archive: ConductLaw

Legal Student Internship

Conduct Law has created a legal student internship program for offer to legal students who wish to assist with the production of legal resources and legal materials on range of Corporate Law issues.  Topics to be covered include basic legal structures such as a simple private corporation with one shareholder to more complicated corporate structures,…

Buying or Selling Residential Real Estate

  Buying or Selling Residential Real Estate is an exciting time for you and your family.  We are a a proud local law firm that can assist you and your family with your most valued asset. “Trusted Real Estate Legal Advice For Individuals and Families Buying or Selling Real Estate.” Our goal is to help…

Will Disputes

  Will disputes are becoming more and more common and the Courts are becoming less reluctant to weigh in on drafting issues.  For example, in Alberta, the Court of Appeal has just reminded us how important it is to use clear and unambiguous wording in a Will.  In this case, the definition of “home” was…

The Millionaire’s Lawyer

We’re happy to announce that The Millionaire’s Lawyer: From Startup to Payout Podcast has officially launched! Conductlaw is pleased to be a sponsor of the podcast and to serve the legal needs of its listeners.  We understand that The Millionaire’s Lawyer will be made available on all the platforms that you’d like to find it…

Limited Partnerships

When it comes to Limited Partnerships (“LP”), there are two mandatory classes of partners involved: limited and general partners. The liability of limited partners in LP’s does not go beyond their investment. Whereas general partners essentially run the business and are held accountable for the actions of the LP and retain full liability for all…

Giving Up Your Green Card

Giving up your green card is often a decision made with mixed emotions. As a green card holder in the United States of America, you are legally required to file tax returns annually and pay taxes. For this reason, green card holders outside of the United States will typically abandon their lawful permanent resident status…

JP McAvoy consultant with Florida Business Law Firm

ConductLaw is pleased to announce that in addition to his duties as Managing Partner of Conduct Law, JP McAvoy is a consultant with Florida Business Law Firm CPLS, P.A. https://cplspa.com/team-members/jeffrey-mcavoy/ JP represents a diverse range of corporations in Canada, the United States, and Asia. JP works with professionals and business owners to help them understand…

How To Dissolve A Corporation

To dissolve a corporation , there are a few steps to undertake with your lawyer. This blog summarizes those steps for business owners. The first step involves getting clear instructions and information from the client including contact information from the client’s accountant. The lawyer will want a copy of the clients final Tax Returns filed…

Business Owner Corporate Wills

Business Owner Corporate Wills and Professionals with Multiple Wills can include basket clauses to deal with their assets as they estate plan to reduce probate taxes. A recent decision by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Re Milne Estate, 2018 ONSC 4174 was appealed and overturned after raising concerns of a conventional practice of…

New Media Summit

Conductlaw Managing Partner JP McAvoy was delighted to share the stage with Steve Olsher, Kelly Poelker and Gail Zelitzky at the New Media Summit in Tampa, Florida. New Media Summit in Tampa, Florida

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