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Estate Planning Council of CANADA

The Family Constitution - The Missing Link

  • February 24, 2022
  • 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM (EST)
  • Virtual

Any successful estate plan whereby the next generation has been introduced into the corporate structure for private companies should contemplate a unanimous shareholders’ agreement as the final step. This sets out the rights and obligations of the shareholders as they relate to each other and the subject compa- ny. From an estate-planning perspective, it also serves as a “family constitution” for future generations once Mom and Dad are no longer in the picture. That way, having a “rule book” as to how the business should be run could potentially avoid any sibling in-fighting, which only serves to hurt the business in the long run.

Samantha Prasad is a Partner in Minden Gross LLP’s Tax Group. Her practice focuses primarily on corporate international and high net worth tax planning.Samantha’s clients vary from multi-national corporations to family business owner/managers. As such, her practice is varied to include tax aspects of corporate finance, corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as comprehensive business succession planning and international structures.


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