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  • Steinbach 204.326.3442 - 85 PTH 12 North, Steinbach, MB, R5G 1A7
  • Niverville 204.388.9300 - Box 1120, 62 Main Street, Niverville, MB, R0A 1E0
 

Samuel W. Teichroew Associate

Practice Areas

Real Estate, Corporate / Commercial, Wills & Estates, Tax Planning

Contact

204.346.7187

 

BACKGROUND

Samuel grew up on an acreage near Carberry, Manitoba. Before returning to school, Samuel worked in the construction industry as a sheet metal worker.

EDUCATION

Samuel studied accounting at the University of Manitoba and graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in 2014. He is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, an honour society for the top 10% of business students. While in business school, Samuel was a member of the JDC West debate team and placed first in the 2012 JDC West Competition.

While in law school, Samuel was the President of the Business Law Group and he received an award for the highest average in Wills and Succession, Trust Law, and Taxation of Trusts and Estates

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Member of the Canadian Tax Foundation

Member of the Canadian Association of Farm Advisors (CAFA)

Samuel was appointed to the Board of Directors for the Steinbach Chamber of Commerce in 2017 for a two year term. He also serves on the executive board for the Steinbach chapter of CAFA.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Samuel’s practice focuses on corporate and commercial law, tax, wills and estate planning, and real estate law.

PERSONAL INTERESTS

Samuel currently lives outside of La Broquerie and he is blessed with a wonderful wife and five small children. When he can tear himself away from his family, he enjoys cooking, woodworking, and trying to catch fish. He also likes working with his hands and trying new things.

Samuel has begun learning sign language and looks forward to being able to offer south east Manitoba with legal services in ASL.

 

Lisa Ross-Lebrun Legal Assistant
204.346.5122
Ashlee Spicer Legal Assistant - Real Estate
204.346.5116
 
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