BUSINESS ACQUISITION ATTORNEYS IN BURLINGTON, VT
Carl Lisman and Richard Kozlowski, both shareholders at Lisman Leckerling, advise clients on matters dealing with business transitions. Both attorneys have spent years working in corporate and real-estate law, giving them the experience needed to help clients plan for successful business transitions.
About Business Transitions
No business is immune to transition, whether it’s being sold, dissolved, or transferred to a family member. Planning for a successful business transition is key to avoid a “forced transition”—one that’s imposed upon you by an untimely event or unexpected circumstance. A forced transition can result in a loss of value, liquidation, or abandonment.
There are four common types of planned business transitions: Transitions to family members, transitions to key employees, third-party sales, and ESOPs, or employee stock-ownership plans. We can help you determine which transition plan makes the best sense for your business, and can also help you wade through questions about income taxes, financing, insurance, shareholder agreements, estate taxation, and other issues related to business transitions.
About Business Acquisitions
If you are thinking about purchasing a business, the initial stages of the negotiation are critical. A letter of intent, a memorandum of understanding, due diligence, and negotiation of the purchase agreement are critical to a successful business acquisition. We can help you avoid costly missteps.
For more information on business transitions, visit vtbusinesstransitions.com, or contact Carl at email@example.com or Rick at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 802-864-5756 and ask for either Carl or Rick.
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