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Our Modesto Business Transaction Attorneys Can Help You
If you are involved with running a business, then you are passionate and determined to make it a success. This drive to succeed can also make you anxious about your decisions and legal dealings. You want to feel confident that every transaction and move you make is in the best interest of your company. You want to watch your legacy grow, not shrink due to a miscalculation. In today’s complicated world, establishing and running a business is both exciting and frightening. Our Modesto business transaction attorneys have handled business transactions of all sizes for decades. We have the experience in business transaction law necessary to bring you peace of mind.
Schedule a Consultation With Our Modesto Business Transaction Lawyers
You do not need to gamble with your startup, non-profit, LLC, franchise, corporation, or other business. At Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Heitlinger, we can help you with any business transaction. We are just as passionate about your business as you are, and we want every transaction to be in your best interest. Call us today at (209) 340-1110 or contact us online to discuss your unique situation. We are available for in-person or virtual consultations.
What Does a Modesto Business Transaction Attorney Do?
Generally, a Modesto business transaction lawyer helps business owners conduct business and expand their companies. You may need an attorney if you are acquiring a business, acquiring intellectual property, or purchasing large orders of inventory. When you take part in a business transaction, you must navigate complicated areas of law. For example, you may need to draft restrictive covenants or prepare the required paperwork to start your business. Our lawyers can help with a wide variety of business transactions involving:
- Purchase and Sale Agreements: Selling or purchasing your business requires you to dig deep into what the business is worth. It also requires diligent investigation. Our Modesto business transaction lawyers can help you reach a consensus regarding payment structure and price in addition to drafting the documents needed to achieve your transaction.
- Startups: California offers excellent opportunities for startups. Our firm helps you establish or expand your startup in a way that uses tax regulations to your advantage.
- Contracts and Covenants: You have a right to protect your interests through contracts. We can help draft non-disclosure and other employee contracts that work in everyone’s best interest.
- Uniform Codes: Every state in the U.S. has its own set of courts, laws and regulations. The Uniform Law Commission establishes uniform codes to regulate business transactions happen between states. Our law firm may be able to use these uniform codes to help you mitigate taxes on country-wide transactions.
Why Do I Need a Business Transaction Lawyer?
If you have a business of any type, then you need a business transaction lawyer. An attorney can help you protect your interests in any transaction, which will save time and money in the long run. If you are just starting your LLC, corporation, startup or other business, we can help you establish and administer contracts, agreements, purchases and sales. Our law firm helps you choose an entity, establish an ownership structure, plan financing, mitigate tax consequences, acquire licensing and other concerns. If you already have an established business, then we can help you reorganize your partnership, LLC, non-profit or corporation.
When expanding your business, our attorneys can help you establish lines of credit and capital to grow your business quickly. We also manage acquisitions, mergers and sales of other ventures and assets. If you feel lost about how to handle employees, then our law firm can help you with your internal operations. We can also help you develop contracts for goods and services, distribution and franchising. Business transactions happen every day and increase in size and scope the more your business grows. Our Modesto business lawyers can be with you at every step, helping you move forward.
Business Concerns? Our Modesto Business Transaction Attorneys Can Help
Establishing your first business? Need help with financing or mergers and acquisitions? Worried you are not getting fair treatment in your daily commercial transactions? Facing other legal impediments to your success? By having an experienced lawyer that handles business transactions, you can feel confident about your decisions. Our goal is for your business to grow. We want to be by your side for the long term because when you grow so do we. The first step is to give our firm a call.
Through an initial consultation with our firm, you have nothing to lose. The Modesto business attorneys at Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Heitlinger can review your case and guide you in the right direction. We want to hear the story of your business from your point of view. Our Modesto, California law firm is respected for our ability to make deals. We help businesses with business transactions in Modesto, Turlock and the surrounding areas. Additionally, our reach extends outside of Stanislaus County, allowing us to help businesses throughout California.
“This firm exemplifies how a multi-faceted group of attorneys can work together to achieve positive results.”- James M.
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