Business & Agri-Business

Planning a business transaction is an important first step to its successful completion.


Our Business and Agri-Business Law Team can help you successfully plan and complete your business transaction.

You may have questions about your transaction. Will you need a company or a partnership? Will you need a written agreement with any business partners you might have? Are there any tax risks you need to plan for? These are important questions to answer whether you are going into business with an associate, friend, or family member.

We work closely with accountants to make sure you understand any tax risks you might face and to make effective plans to manage these risks.

Big businesses have in-house lawyers to help them develop, maintain and grow their businesses. Our Business Team can offer these same services to your business on an as needed basis.


Pritchard & Co Law Firm, LLP’s sound solutions to complex legal issues:

Transitioning Your Business or Agri-Business to the Next Generation

Family businesses are the cornerstone of the Canadian economy. Canada’s family businesses provide jobs, both full-time and part-time, to over 6 million Canadians and account for annual sales of over $1.3 trillion.

Read our Latest Business & Agri-Business Articles

June 14, 2018

How a USA can protect your company

Previous articles in this column have given readers tips and tactics to protect your money, your family and your estate. In this article, I want to talk about protecting your company.  You likely have money, time (and maybe even blood, […]
May 18, 2018

Business Succession Planning

Private family businesses have played a major role in Medicine Hat’s economy.  Family businesses have used corporations to help with both business and personal estate planning. Corporations provide a useful structure for parents transferring the family business to an interested […]
February 22, 2016

Anatomy of Incorporation: Part 2

This is a continuation of my January column in the Medicine Hat News on the Anatomy of Incorporation. To review my last months’ article, click here. In my last article I discussed the Articles of Incorporation and the Bylaws as […]