Every business transaction has unique benefits and challenges. There are several choices for buying and selling a company, including stock options and asset transactions.
In the face of so many possibilities, an experienced business lawyer from the Anzen Legal Group is essential for a successful corporate transaction. We can identify opportunities, negotiate solutions, and assess the benefits and drawbacks of various transactions.
Transactions are almost always at the center of business expansion. It doesn’t matter if you’re setting up a new company or growing an existing one. We can help you by offering consultations on the following transactions.
Buying and selling a business
We can effectively represent both the buyer’s and seller’s interests in buying and selling a business. Most transactions require an Asset Purchase Agreement, a Certificate of Incumbency, a Buy-Sell Agreement, and additional corporate and lending paperwork. We ensure all paperwork is in order and properly prepared, so the sale of your business runs smoothly.
Financial and tax transactions
Our attorneys are here to help you navigate the different stages of your business transactions. You can receive legal guidance on taking advantage of corporate losses and safeguarding company equity while avoiding personal liability. We can recommend the appropriate financing arrangements for your company in compliance with local and state laws.
Commercial real estate transactions
If you are interested in buying or selling a commercial property, our lawyers can provide legal guidance. We can focus on reviewing commercial leases, statutory tenancies, and administrative proceedings against buildings. We can also help you resolve any issues with your commercial real estate transaction, such as code violations with the building.
Our lawyers can negotiate, draft, and enforce business contracts, such as employment contracts and service agreements. We can also discuss including restrictive covenants in the employment contract. For example, your company can have a non-compete agreement where the employee agrees not to work for a competitor for a fixed period after leaving your business.
Discuss Your Business Needs in a Confidential Consultation
Working with one of our business transaction attorneys can help you run your company more efficiently and get you on the path to success. Whether you need help negotiating business transactions or creating an employment agreement, Anzen Legal Group offers support in Colorado. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.