Ms Amanda Doucette

Membership category: Full Member i

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500, 123 - 2nd Avenue South
S7K 7E6

Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 306 244 0132
Practice Areas: Estate planning/administration, Family business, Rural family, business and agriculture, Tax, Trust planning/administration, Wills and probate, Tax Advisory - Trusts and estate planning, Wills and administration of deceased estates, Succession planning
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Stevenson Hood Thornton Beaubier LLP
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Amanda is a partner with Stevenson Hood Thornton Beaubier LLP in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  She has completed Parts I, II and III of the Chartered Professional Accountants Canada, In-Depth Tax Course and holds a Masters (Tax Law) from York University.  Amanda has over a decade of experience in acting as counsel in disputes with Canada Revenue Agency on matters of income tax, GST, and employment insurance matters, and she has appeared in front of the Tax Court of Canada, and also the Saskatchewan Provincial Court (with respect to criminal tax evasion matters).  Amanda has also successfully represented numerous taxpayers in connection with applications for rectification and remission.  

Amanda received her Trust and Estate Practitioner Designation in 2018.  In addition to her litigation practice, Amanda provides counsel in connection with complex estate planning matters.  This includes corporate reorganizations, strategic planning with owner-manager businesses to assist in transition and succession of the business enterprise and working with high-net worth business families to resolve and negotiate disputes. 

Amanda teaches Wills & Estates at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law and was the winner of the Provost’s College Award for Teaching Excellence in 2018.  She was the founding chair of the Canadian Tax Foundation’s Young Practitioner group in Saskatoon and is a former Advisor to the Canadian Tax Foundation Board of Governors.  She currently holds the position of Program Chair for the Saskatchewan Chapter of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

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