The lifetime capital gains exemption (LCGE) in connection with the disposition of qualified small business corporation shares remains an attractive and desirable exemption.
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Presenter: Rose Shawlee | Wills & Estates | Lawyer
Harper Grey LLP - Vancouver
Rose is Associate Counsel with Harper Grey and a member with of both our Wills & Estates and Business Law Groups. She brings more than a decade of experience to her practice which is primarily focused on assisting families and businesses with their planning, succession, estate, and business needs. She strives to make life’s inevitabilities, death and taxes, less daunting a topic for clients while being alert to the complications these raise from a legal, family, tax, probate fee, and cost perspective.
There are many tools offered by the legal system to achieve estate planning and business succession intentions, but rarely are all of them necessary. Rose’s objectives are two-fold: ensuring that clients are aware of the various tools while at the same time making sure that problems aren’t over-solved by implementing mechanisms that aren’t proportionately practical or offer limited cost-benefit.
Rose is an active member of the community and a sought after speaker, frequently presenting at community learning seminars in respect of personal planning, elder law, estates, and business succession and tax planning. She has been an active member of Advocis Vancouver’s Annual Estate Conference Committee, as well as volunteer editor for industry publications, such as the Continuing Legal Education BC Probate & Estate Administration Practice Manual, and Estate Planning & Wealth Preservation Manual.
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