Business sale and business acquisition are very smart moves that result in great profitability, sometimes beyond your expectations. They’re both complex processes that require the legal advice and input of an experienced business lawyer, or commercial legal expert with up-to-date knowledge in legislation and experience at running a business. When planning to buy or sell a business, your first step is to consult with an experienced legal expert.
If you need the best advice for anything in life, including business sale and acquisition, go to an expert with hands on experience. Theorists and those oozing confidence and theory knowledge but no hands on experience, can cost you more than just your legal fees. Often you’ll find those confident theorists lacking in up-to-date knowledge and will likely lead you on the wrong path.
Business and legislation changes fast and furiously, leaving many experts outdated and sometimes even becoming a danger to your budget. But if you consult with a legal expert who runs his own business, that’s a whole different matter altogether. You’ve got yourself a business lawyer who by default is up-to-date with legislation and knows the potential successes and pitfalls of running a business.
So you’ve decided to sell your business. Why have you made that decision or why are you thinking of doing so? Is it because your business is a great idea but you’re running into some financial difficulties? Someone with the financial capacity to take on a great business to a new level and get to work.
Negotiating the best value for a business takes more than knowledge in business management. You need to have financial expertise to assess the risk involved and the value of the business. Your business lawyer will be involved in the transaction right from the start and throughout the process of buying or selling your business, protecting your financial interests along the way.
A new business, if owned or shared by more than one entity, will have shareholders and investors who have decided to go on a joint venture with you. As such, a Joint Venture agreement will be prepared, together with a shareholders agreement and possibly an investment agreement. All these and any other documentation such as contracts, employment contracts, terms and conditions, are all prepared by your business lawyer, turning your joint venture into a great adventure.
Would you like to discuss a potential acquisition or sale of your business? Please set up a call with our business lawyer by giving us a call. Your first call will be a no-commitment free consultation. SG
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