As you may know selling or purchasing a business can at times be very complicated, that is why our Florida business attorneys are here to help you through the process to assure a smooth transaction.
Purchasing a business in Florida: How can we help you?
Whether you are a first time business owner or are venturing into purchasing an existing business, it can be daunting if you do not have the right team by your side. In Florida, when looking at a new business some preliminary work has been done such as: obtaining an employer tax identification number (aka EIN), bank account, and the necessary city and county/states licenses, and other due diligence items. Nevertheless, there are still some risks such as debts and liens that may remain on the existing business that you need to be aware of. When hiring a Business Lawyer or a Business Closing Attorney in Florida we will make sure you are taking the business free and clear of any liens and/or debts you are unaware of.
Further, our Florida business closing attorneys will assist you in your pre-inspection of the business, also known as the due diligence review or inspection period.
Selling a business in Florida: How can we help you?
Sellers of a business should also consider obtaining legal counsel for not only the feeling of having someone on your side, but also to protect your interest.
At Gulati law we offer the following services for business transactions:
- Negotiating a sale: First, it is important to know what you are selling, the entire business entity or just assets? This is where our Florida business attorneys enter and help you with the nitty gritty items of the transaction.
- Due Diligence: Our Business Closing attorneys guide you through the due diligence process assisting with and providing surveyors, contractors, etc., that may be needed in the process.
- Closings: Our Florida business closing attorneys will show walk you through all necessary paperwork and help to make your closing as simple as possible. Such important documents like the Bill of Sale, Asset Allocation and Indemnity Agreement as among these few documents you will receive to review prior to closing.
Contact us today to learn more about the steps you will need to take to sell or purchase your Florida business.