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Corporate Entity Formation, Buying and Selling a Business, Franchise Licensing, Legal Support Services, License Transfer, Civil Commercial Litigation
Business Legal Services
Attorney Deborah Carman has been helping the residents of Florida for over 32 years with their financial situations. Our legal team can assist you with settling your debt in a manner you can afford, possibly reducing the principal amount.
Debt Settlement Services
Breach of Contract, Business Dissolutions, Shareholder or Partnership Disputes, Employment Disputes, Non-Compete Agreements, Breach of Fiduciary Duties, Tortuous Interference with contractual or business relations, Debt collections, Fraud and deceptive trade practices, Purchase and sale contracts, Misuse of intellectual Property
Auto Accidents, Nursing home Abuse / Neglect, Workers Compensation, Slip and Falls, Boating Accidents, Airplane Accidents, Dog Bits, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Defective Products
CARMAN LAW FIRM, P.A. can help you with all residential and commercial real estate matters including foreclosures. We have been assisting clients with residential and commercial property closings in South Florida for over 32 years.
Real Estate Legal Services
Buying a Florida Business (561) 392-
Florida Business Purchase Lawyer
BUYING A BUSINESS IN FLORIDA
To succeed in business, you must be efficient. That is why all of the negotiations, due diligence investigations, business evaluations, analyses and supporting documentation need to be handled correctly the first time. At the The Carman Law Firm, PA, we have the experience required to negotiate, structure, prepare, manage and confirm all aspects of your business purchase, including:
- Negotiating a fair price
- Due diligence investigations and business evaluations
- Business operations and structure evaluations
- Small Business Administration (SBA) or conventional loan financing
- Purchase contract preparation and confirmation
- Confidentiality agreements
- Escrow holdback agreements
- Employment agreements
- Franchise issues
- Business license transfers
- Lease assignments and confirmation
- Vendor contracts and maintenance
Obtaining accurate information is a critical factor in the analysis of any business prior to confirming the intended acquisition. We highly recommend that you conduct a due diligence investigation and business evaluation of a prospective business or corporation before confirming the purchase. The The Carman Law Firm, PA, will ensure that all material issues are addressed and all relevant information about the target business or corporation is taken into account to ensure the client’s ability to make an informed decision.
Effectively Negotiating a Purchase
If you are considering buying an existing business or establishing a new one, you need an experienced business law attorney who can help you develop a strategic plan that will consider your business’s potential for success and minimize the risks involved. We work with real estate and business brokers, accountants and other specialists to ensure that all important considerations are taken into account.
We can help answer all your questions such as:
- Should I buy an existing business or establish a new business?
- Should I buy a franchise or an independent business?
- What are the pros and cons in buying just the assets of another business instead of the stock of the seller’s corporation?
- When a buyer purchases the stock of a corporation, does the buyer assume the liabilities of the business?