Shareholder Agreements

For any corporation with more than one shareholder, or when considering a transfer of the company to the next generation, a Shareholder’s Agreement can provide certainty by setting out rules for the management and control of your corporation, and establishing what is to happen if one or more shareholder dies, resigns, or becomes disabled, or one shareholder wants to buy out the interest of the other. Shareholder’s Agreements can minimize costly litigation in the event of future disputes or unforeseen events, preserving the value of your corporation for purchasers and future generations.