Buy Sell Agreement Attorneys San Diego
In business, it can help to keep things simple. We invite you to look at a buy sell agreement in a simple way: as a business transaction in which you are either on the buying side or the selling side. The two sides tend to have vastly different perspectives, yet they each need guidance in order to protect their interests and keep things from going south in the future.
At Allen Barron, Inc. and Janathan L. Allen, APC, we facilitate the successful purchase and sale of businesses, both in the present and in the future. The buy sell agreement is the central document which governs this process. We can walk you through the steps you need to understand in order to set yourself up for success.
Buying A Business
If you are buying a business, we can help you find the best answers to essential questions like:
- Is it going to be a stock purchase or an asset purchase?
- What is the fundamental value of the business? How do I find that out?
- What do I need to know about the seller?
- What transactional considerations should I be aware of?
What’s good for the seller is not necessarily good for the buyer. Seek appropriate advice from our attorneys about your situation to ensure your buy sell agreement really protects your interests.
Selling A Business
The sale of a business never occurs in a vacuum. It is an emotionally and psychologically charged event because it necessarily involves human lives, not just business entities.
If you are selling a company, you have probably spent thousands of hours building it. The buy sell agreement should not only specify how your interest is to be acquired, but limit your exposure once the transaction is completed. At Allen Barron, we understand this. We can help you protect what you have worked hard to build.
Contact us or call us today for a free consultation with a buy sell agreement lawyer at 866-631-3470. Serving San Diego, Orange County and all of Southern California.
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