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Whereas standardized corporations may be sufficient for many business, there are definitely many situations that call for the creation of a more unique company. Such a company may need to be structured in different manner from your typical corporation for a variety of reasons, whether it is dictated by the composition of shareholders; its investment or organizational structure; its development objectives; its legal, financial or tax constraints; or such other factor.

And though many of these elements may be addressed within the context of antecedent contractual arrangement, in particular a shareholders' agreement, this is not always the case. Oftentimes there are core issues that are fundamental to the very nature of the company and those items are only properly dealt within the company's Articles of Incorporation (or amendment thereto). As such, it is important to understand both the fundamentals of the business and its objective goals, such that you can effectively collaborate with your legal counsel, such that the appropriate corporate structuring is undertaken.

When you incorporate a company with Neufeld Legal Professional Corporation, you will benefit from the professional services of an experienced corporate lawyer who understands the importance of devising the appropriate corporate structure for your business operations, on a cost-effective basis. So if you are looking to incorporate or deal with the legalities associated with your company, contact us at or 416-887-9702 (Toronto, Ontario) / 403-400-4092 (Calgary, Alberta).

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