Small Business

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Small Businesses are the foundation of our community. We strive to develop and maintain strong relationships with local businesses that help us to enable our clients to meet their objectives. This enables us to understand the way our clients’ business works, and to develop comprehensive legal strategies to address the legal aspects of their business opportunities and challenges.

Many of the small businesses we assist are family-owned. Every family is different, and each family-owned business faces the challenge of combining corporate management issues with family dynamics. Often, complicated family relationships must be considered and understood in order to strengthen the business and effectively plan for its future success. Often, this means going beyond the corporate documents to create a personalized estate plan involving both business and personal assets in order to maximize financial benefits and ensure that both business and family matters are handled pursuant to the owner’s wishes.

The process starts with selecting the correct business entity. The right business structure is crucial to the success of a business. We routinely anticipate legal consequences of the prospective business activities, assist in determining the proper organizational form, prepare bylaws, articles of incorporation, partnership agreements, limited liability company agreements, corporate resolutions, stock purchase agreements, and other agreements related to corporate structure and ownership. We counsel our business clients on litigation avoidance practices and assist them in planning and implementing business succession plans.

Let our experience work for you.

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