Planning Ahead for Passing on Your Business Interest

In the event that your business needs to dissolve or be sold off to another entity, the actual business dissolution or when the buy/sell agreement is being drafted is not the time to start thinking about how to pass on your business interests. Every business entity has its own specialized needs, as does every partner with an interest in a business. Planning ahead to work out these details in advance is an essential strategy for a well-conceived, fully integrated estate plan.

Our Riverside business succession plan attorneys have the experience and wisdom to integrate your business dissolution or buy/sell strategy with your overall estate plan. Focusing on getting the exact results that our clients need, we will take the time to listen and understand your business succession goals so we can help you pass on your interests with the most appropriate and beneficial estate planning instruments available. Our lawyers represent clients throughout Southern California from our offices in Irvine and Riverside, California.

Our attorneys have the experience to give you invaluable legal counsel regarding some of the most difficult issues of business succession, including:

  • Business valuation
  • Transfer of interests
  • Partnership disputes over dissolution details
  • Capitalization/distribution of profits

Our clients represent a wide range of business concerns, from small, family-owned LLCs to larger corporate entities. We have the experience with business law and estate planning to help you pass on your business interests in a way that will meet your needs while protecting your interests and avoid pitfalls along the way.

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Our legal team focuses on getting exactly the results our clients need. Call 888-959-8508 toll free, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with a business succession lawyer from Lauby, Mankin & Lauby LLP.

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