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Buying or Selling a Closely Held Business – A Few Steps to Consider

Taking on only the company’s assets prevents any future surprises for the buyer.

−Buying or Selling a Closely Held Business – A Few Steps to Consider

Agreeing to a sales price is hardly the final step in the negotiation process in the sale of a business. Even once the discussions have led a preliminary agreement to transfer ownership of a business at a particular price, the parties to the transaction still might not be on the same page as to what exactly entails “the business” that is being transferred. The buyer’s understanding of “the business” might …Read More

Business Planning: Establishing and Maintaining An Effective Corporate Entity

We can help your business achieve the protection that the corporate structure is supposed to provide and would be happy to discuss your corporate status and documentation with you.

−Business Planning: Establishing and Maintaining An Effective Corporate Entity

Setting up a new business venture seems simple enough, particularly with all of the information available online. Many believe once they file their LLC or corporation with the Secretary of State, their business is established and they are protected from personal liability. Unfortunately, that belief is not accurate. While technically the corporation or LLC exists upon filing, there are several reasons why the individual business owner still may not benefit …Read More

Collecting a Judgment: The Sheriff/Deputy Is Of Vital Importance

If assets are found, our office will contact our client to explain what has been located, the cost of levy, and the possibility that levying on the asset will generate funds.

−Collecting a Judgment: The Sheriff/Deputy Is Of Vital Importance

A vital benefit the legal process of obtaining a judgment affords you is the ability to utilize the services of the local Sheriff’s Office in an effort to collect the debt. Once a judgment is recorded, the appeal period has passed, and, if required, Notice of Right to Claim Exempt Property has been served, your attorney can obtain a Writ of Execution from the Clerk of Court in the county …Read More

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