There are various ways to avoid partnership (shareholder) disputes, litigation, and bankruptcy. One way is to run a successful business where you consulted with a competent business planning attorney, financial planner, and formulated a comprehensive plan, where both comply with the existing legal entanglements that might exist in your business world. Another way is to have difficult discussions with your partners before the business earns huge amounts of money or before the other shareholders or directors are unable to continue in the business’ intended capacity.
Business law incorporates strategy, planning, and contracts to provide a legal model for how a business is formed and operated. Corporate law covers a wide variety of topics, including: formation, structure, and termination of closely held corporations, fiduciary relationships, stockholder agreements, and various forms of ownership in the business. At Creimerman Law our business planning lawyers handle buy/sell agreements, stock purchase agreements, officers’ and directors’ liability, receivership and dissolution, franchise relationships, management duties and liabilities, and other issues that arise in the every day business world.
We believe that knowing your client and your client’s business goals is imperative to understanding how plan for your own personal financial future. Creimerman Law provides clients with dedicated legal services and the personal attention designed to assist small and medium sized corporations, rich and poor, attain their goals. We are a full service business planning and formation law firm, offering a wide array of legal services and business advice to our clients, including the following:
Commercial transactions can be complex with many different unforeseen effects, including tax issues. Let Creimerman Law advise you in the common areas of difficulty that result from commercial transactions to ensure that what you are engaging in is appropriate.
Contract drafting. Formal contracts are a way of the world today. It is very rare to see people transacting business by a handshake. Let our firm share our expertise in your contract drafting. Our business planning lawyers specialize in business contracts and employment contracts.
Buy/sell planning. Who will own and manage your business when you are no longer able to or simply don’t want to? Buy/sell planning is important for every business to ensure proper business succession.