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Establish A Thorough Succession Plan For Your Business

As a business owner, you are not just planning for yourself. You are also planning for the future of the business you have worked so hard to create and grow. The multiple facets of your business will need to be addressed. As such, you should consult an attorney who with a keen understanding of tax law, business law and other legal disciplines.

At Brink Bennett Pargaman Atkins & Sanchez PLLC, our business succession planning attorneys have the knowledge and experience to help you create a plan that protects you and your business. We can provide you with a multitude of services in a cost-effective and efficient manner. With us, all of the issues associated with your business’s estate plan will be addressed.

Planning From The Very Start Of Your Enterprise

When you are trying to get a business up and running, it may seem premature to think far into the future, but it is never too early to start planning. We will help you choose the best form of organization as we structure your business to reduce tax liabilities and provide flexibility for unexpected events. We can prepare and file the documents for your new corporation, limited liability company or partnership.

As your business grows and changes, we can assist you with negotiations involved in the acquisition of other businesses, long-term leases and distribution agreements.

You Will Need A Business Succession Plan

When it comes to estate planning for business owners, your primary concern should be tax and succession planning. The unexpected can occur and it is important for your business to be flexible during that time. If your business must be sold, you will want to have reduced taxes for the transaction.

With the help of a lawyer from Brink Bennett Pargaman Atkins & Sanchez PLLC, you can plan for your or a business partner’s death, disability, retirement or divorce. Your plan will include a succession process and buy-sell agreements. We also assist in the negotiation of a business sale, when applicable.

Discuss Your Needs With Attorneys Who Listen And Care

Ready to talk about your business succession plan or other estate planning matters? Contact us to schedule an initial consultation. Call our office in Austin, Texas, at 512-643-3338. You can also request your consultation by email.