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Beaty F. Beaubier, Q.C., TEP Partner

Legal Assistant:
Leslie Grabowski

Beaty works extensively in estate planning, corporate reorganizations and commercial transactions. He has prepared documentation respecting Wills, trusts (both inter vivos and testamentary) and legal documentation needed to reorganize share ownership in corporations and to facilitate succession planning and sales to third parties. Beaty has acted as counsel for taxpayers in disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency, including counsel in several reported decisions of the Tax Court of Canada. Beaty has been selected by peers as a leading practitioner in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 editions of The Canadian Legal Lexpert® (Estate & Tax Planning, and Corporate Tax Litigation).

Admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar, 1985
Bachelor of Laws, 1984, University of Toronto
Bachelor of Commerce, with Distinction, 1983, University of Saskatchewan  

Seminars, Presentations and Publications:
Corporate Law, Saskatchewan Bar Admissions Course (1991-2003)
Presented papers at the Prairie Provinces Tax Conferences, presented by the Canadian Tax Foundation (1989, 2001, 2010), and chaired the CRA Round Table Session (2014)
Presented papers for Continuing Legal Education in Saskatchewan on The Use of Trusts in Estate Planning and the RDSP (2014), Tax Consequences in Preparing Wills (1992, 2002), Tax Issues in Estate Planning and Succession (2004), The Purchase and Sale of a Business (1994, 2000), Taxation of Businesses (1996), Tax and Planning Issues for The Small Business (2009), the Goods and Services Tax (1990, 1993) and Ethics Workshop for Corporate Commercial Lawyers (2010)
Co-Presented a paper at the STEP Canada 2014 National Conference on "Enduring Powers of Attorney: A Necessary Evil" 
Published extensively, including articles in the CGA Magazine and the Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal

Memberships and Associations:
Chair, Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners [STEP], Saskatchewan Branch, since 2014
Chair, Tax/Wills & Trusts North Section, Saskatchewan Branch, Canadian Bar Association (1991-93)
Governor, Canadian Tax Foundation (2001-04)
Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Canadian Tax Foundation
Member, Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners [STEP]
Member, Senior Estates & Trusts Practitioners' Forum
Member, Editorial Board of the Estate Trusts and Pensions Journal (since 2011)

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