Transactional Business Law
Southern California Transactional Law Business Lawyer
Businesses are based on transactions. Interfacing with customers, suppliers and other businesses is essential when it comes to ensuring the longevity and successful future of your business. Whether you are buying a business or franchise or are the owner of a start-up or an established business, the contracts made on behalf of your business are critical. Whether the transaction involves a corporate formation or a partnership, a business purchase, a lease, a license, a trademark, or is with vendors or customers, the contract will serve as the "legal foundation" upon which your business will operate and depend.
More often than not, business disputes are the result of poorly prepared business contracts that fail to consider and address your business concerns from the out-set.
When you are presented with business opportunities that involve the purchase or sale of a business, the expansion of your existing business through licensing agreements, lease agreements and business contracts, it is important to consult with an experienced transactional business attorney. Simply stated, your business relies on it.
At Khansari Law Corp., APC, our attorneys and legal staff have represented small business owners, large and established businesses, business purchasers, business sellers, franchisees and franchisors throughout Southern California in the following type of transactions.
- Negotiation and Drafting of any Business Contract;
- Entity Formation i.e. Formation of Corporations, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies;
- Partnership Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements and LCC Agreements;
- Dissolution/Disassociation Agreements;
- Business Lease Agreements;
- Trademark and Intellectual Property License Agreements;
- Shareholder and Partnership Agreements; and/or
- Franchise Purchase Agreements.
If you wish to speak to an experienced Transactional Law Business Attorney, please do not hesitate to call our offices at (424) 248-6610. You may also choose to e-mail us now at email@example.com to answer any of your questions or to request a consultation to discuss your Business Law options.