Business Formation

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Planning and launching a new business involves multiple, interrelated activities. Sanders, Haugen, & Sears, P.C. in Newnan understands both your legal requirements and good business practices that will place your new business venture on a firm foundation and an accelerated road to success.

As an experienced attorney and business counselor, our Attorneys are uniquely qualified to assist you with Business succession planning is comparable to estate planning for your company. For many of the same reasons you need a will or trust, your business needs a succession plan. A business succession plan contributes to the continued prosperity of your company.
• Business Formation Law Services
• Partnership agreements, operating agreements and shareholder agreements have become more sophisticated and engineered to protect the stakeholders. Those same protections can complicate transfers such as retirement, buying out a partner or acquiring someone else’s business.

Business Formation Law Services
Partnership agreements, operating agreements and shareholder agreements have become more sophisticated and engineered to protect the stakeholders. Those same protections can complicate transfers such as retirement, buying out a partner or acquiring someone else’s business.

The Attorneys at Sanders, Haugen, & Sears, P.C. in Newnan can ensure a successful entry into the world of business or transition from:
• Business organization — Entity selection and other considerations for forming or reorganizing a limited liability company (LLC), partnership or corporation.
• Buy-sell agreements — Owners of family businesses and other closely held businesses need structured protection and an exit strategy in the event of divorce, incapacity or death.
• Business transactions — Advisement in buying or selling an ownership stake in a business or professional practice.
• Real estate transactions — Protecting client interests in residential and commercial property transactions, including generational transfers and probate liquidations.
• Employee contracts — Helping business owners lock down key employees and protect proprietary information through restrictive covenants and other agreements.