At Monahan Law firm our Glendale business transaction attorneys can help individuals and businesses with their legal needs, some of the major businesses that represent the Arizona economy are transportation and logistics, hospitality, and business services.
We have experienced and knowledgeable business attorneys that specialize in business transactions such as the formation of businesses, real estate transactions, estate planning, and numerous other buy-sell agreement. A business transaction can be defined as a financial transaction between two or more parties and it involves the exchange of money, goods, or services. You can get in touch with us so we can tell you more about our business transaction legal services.
One of the important elements of a successful business is hiring a great business lawyer. When you hire a knowledgeable and experienced attorney that will help you in almost every part of your business by guiding you through issues such as contract liability, protecting shareholders' or members' interests, zoning laws, and ensuring that there is strict compliance when it comes to incorporation laws. These are just a few of the business services that your lawyer can offer you.
One of the major qualities of a business attorney is being proactive and helping to protect your business from lawsuits. When your business receives a complaint and a lawsuit is filed against the business there is already harm done to your business. Repairing the damage that has already been done as a result of a lawsuit can be expensive. However, you can prevent the damage with proper guidance when you hire a Glendale real estate lawyer that will help keep your business out of trouble as well as safeguard it from trouble.
Types of Business Transactions We Can Help With
Monahan Law Firm has established itself as a premier partner assisting businesses in Arizona, nationally, and internationally with their business transaction needs. Our transactional services are as diverse as our client’s practices and include:
- Business formation
- Purchase, sale, and dissolution
- Buy-Sell Agreement
- Asset Purchase Agreement
- Membership Interest Purchase Agreement
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Stock purchase/transfer agreement
- Intellectual property (trademark licensing, trade secret and technology, patent, copyright)
- Product licensing and commercialization
- Professional services
- Joint development
- Construction contracts, preliminary lien, mechanics lien, stop-work notices, general contract conditions
- Employment, consulting, and independent contractor agreements
- Joint venture and partnership agreements
- Corporate formalities
- Post judgment collection (earnings and non-earnings garnishment, attachment, debtor’s exam, replevin)
- Business succession and planning
- Real estate (deeds, leases, options, purchase agreements)
- UCC Financing Statements
- Security Agreements
- Confidentiality, Non-Disclosure, and Non-Solicitation
- Bill of Sale
Monahan Law Firm has served hundreds if not thousands of businesses incorporate-for profit and non-profit corporations, S-Corporations, C-Corporations, Limited Liability Corporations (LLC’s), Professional Limited Liability Corporations (PLLC’s), Partnerships, and Proprietorships. In addition to helping form these entities, our trusted and knowledgeable business attorneys can provide strategic counsel to new and existing businesses alike. Monahan Law Firm serves as a statutory agent for numerous businesses and is able to prepare documents to qualify foreign entities to do business in Arizona. Lastly, we are entrusted to prepare all of the organizational documents necessary for corporate governance to include operating agreements, bylaws, minutes, stock certificates, and shareholder agreements to name a few.
While we are able to provide specific transactional documents, our firm’s transactional practice focuses on:
- Contract drafting and review
- Entity formation
- Commercial leases
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Asset Sales, Purchases, and Transfers
- Business Dissolution
Why Do You Need a Lawyer For Business Transactions?
It is important that you receive experienced guidance through the complex process. Our experienced attorney will ask you a bunch of questions so they can be able to truly understand what the best structure of your transaction looks like. You can buy or sell a business typically through two business forms that are either a stock purchase agreement or an asset purchase agreement. Depending on the deal you choose you should know that certain risks and rewards that you will get depend on the day-to-day business practices of the owner and the type of the business.
Other reasons include:
- A qualified attorney will keep it simple and make sure the business issues are taken care of so you can avoid a difficult experience.
- When you find a good lawyer who will help in ensure that your business transaction goes well even in the case where there is a default in the purchase or an ultimate breach.
If you are thinking of purchasing a business you should you can trust our business formation lawyer to help your business dealings be smooth and easier. We will help you through the negotiation process and give you comprehensive guidance when you need it. We would like for you to make an informed decision regardless of whether you are a small business or a larger firm. Give our business law attorney a call!