Business & Corporate Law

Business & Corporate Law Business & Corporate Law

Business & Corporate Law

Business law is exceptionally intricate. It addresses shareholder and member agreements, business succession plans, and even the checks and balances associated with family businesses. Questions generally include, “Should I create an S-corporation?”, “Would an LLC fit my needs?”, and “How should I divide the company after I am gone?” Because the answers to these questions are highly individualized, our lawyers are committed to developing a plan that allows your business to grow, thrive, and successfully transfer to a new owner or to the next generation.

The business life cycle has three phases: formation; operation; and sale, succession, or liquidation. At BB&C, our lawyers provide counsel at all stages of the business life cycle. We assist with the creation of new businesses, draft and negotiate contracts for the operation of your company, and guide you through the process of transferring ownership.

As business owners ourselves, we understand that the needs of your business are personalized, and we are driven by the desire to see your company flourish.

Send us a message or call us at 765-742-9066 to speak with a business and corporate law attorney today.

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