Aiding You Throughout the Dissolution Process
Prospective business owners recognize the importance of consulting with a lawyer when they are taking the first steps to establish their enterprise. Successfully completing initial tasks, such as entity selection and contract design, creates a strong foundation for business, helps to minimize tax liabilities and details expectations with other parties.
Dissolving a business requires even more attention to legal obligations. Carefully considering how you divide your assets and terminate business relationships not only helps to speed up this process, it also lessens the opportunity for legal conflicts to unfold years down the road.
If you attempt to save money by dissolving your enterprise without knowledgeable legal counsel, you may lose these initial savings should you need to take legal action later. In Houston, cost-conscious business owners and operators rely on Massey Legal Firm PLLC for straightforward solutions for their dissolution issues.
Our founding attorney, Dwaine Massey, has practiced business law in Texas for over 20 years. As an experienced litigator for business concerns, Mr. Massey can identify the course of action that would best serve your business dissolution. Partnering with our legal team will help you complete required tasks efficiently so that you can move on to your next endeavor.
Identifying The Most Effective Course Of Action
Whether you operate a sole proprietorship or share your business with a partner, you have a range of options available to facilitate this process.
The following are the most common forms of distribution when it comes to a shared business:
- Selling the business
- Developing a buy-sell agreement
Our firm can help you determine which option works best for you, your business partners and your enterprise.
Contemplating a Dissolution? Speak With a Skilled Business Attorney Today.
At Massey Law Firm, we have the resources, energy and means necessary to resolve the business aspect of your divorce with ease. Take the first step today by scheduling your case review. Dial 346-800-6101 or message us online.