Business Dissolution And Transfer Of Ownership
There are many reasons a business owner may choose to wind down a business entity, such as retirement, financial reasons or simply being ready to move on. Whatever the reason, dissolving a business or transferring its ownership is rife with legal issues and it is essential to take steps to protect yourself.
At The Law Office of Peter C. Bronstein in Los Angeles, California, we assist business owners, executives and shareholders throughout the full life cycle of a business — from its formation to its eventual sale, transfer or dissolution. We have helped many clients meet the legal challenges associated with closing a business.
We can help you address:
- Financial ramifications
- Purchase or sale of business
- Employee and customer relationships
- State and federal regulations
- Tax issues
- Licensing requirements
- Notifying state agencies and tax authorities
Different types of businesses, such as LLCs, corporations and partnerships, all have their own unique requirements for termination or transfer. With more than 23 years of experience representing businesses and their owners, attorney Peter C. Bronstein is well-versed in the requirements for your business — and how to meet them efficiently and effectively.
Closing your business is rarely an easy decision, and other parties like shareholders and executives can make it even more difficult. We assist clients who need to resolve disputes over a business’s end. In some cases, it may be necessary to file a lawsuit to pursue your interests and make the right decision for your business.
Please call 310-203-2249 or send us an email to arrange a free 30-minute consultation with our experienced business dissolution lawyer, Peter Bronstein. We return all inquiries promptly and will immediately go to work to get the best possible outcome for you.