Orlando Business Planning Lawyer
Orange, Seminole, and Volusia County Business Succession Attorney
If you own or operate a business, particularly a family business, you may have concerns about what will happen in the event of your retirement, disability or death. You may be uncertain how to put measures in place that protect your investment and facilitate a smooth transition, should you no longer be able to manage the affairs of the business. An experienced and knowledgeable business lawyer can help you identify the different ways you can protect your interests and plan for the future.
At the Shams Law Firm, P.A., we have extensive experience working with businesses and business owners. We take a results-oriented approach, listening carefully to the details of your case so that we can identify all potential issues and determine your options. We seek to build long-term relationships with our clients, based on trust and genuine understanding of your needs. We emphasize personal attention and service, striving to answer our own phone calls whenever possible.
Our Business Planning Practice
We offer comprehensive planning counsel to businesses and business owners, helping you put measures in place to protect your business in the event a key person retires, dies, or becomes disabled. We work with many family-owned businesses, helping them determine the most appropriate succession plan.
We will then formalize your strategy, preparing all necessary documents to facilitate the transfer of power or control, when necessary. If there are no family members ready or capable of taking over your business, we will help you implement measures to use outside experts to keep your business moving forward.
We can also help you address any issues related to profit sharing or pensions, as well as business restructuring.
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