There are many reasons why you may one day decide to sell your business or buy an existing business. Whether it’s time to retire or simply move on to life’s next great adventure, selling a business (or buying into an existing business) is a complex transaction that requires good legal advice and customized, well drafted contracts.
Our business attorneys can represent you every step of the way whether you are the purchaser or the seller. In addition to preparing letters of intent and purchase agreements, we can also advise business owners with more internal transactions, including buy-sell agreements, membership interest transfer agreements, and shareholder agreements. And when the end finally does come, we also assist with winding up and dissolving the business.
Long term, we also recognize the importance of business succession and disaster planning. Good succession planning should take place years before you consider selling your business. And if the pandemic has taught us nothing else, it has reminded us that every business, no matter how small, must have a plan in place for dealing with the unexpected.
The information contained on this website is not legal advice or legal opinion and should not be relied upon. Furthermore, nothing contained in this website is intended to create or establish, and does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.