Business Purchases

Purchasing an existing business has numerous benefits. For example, the business, physical location, employees, and customer base are already established. Although the purchaser no longer risks the perils of starting a business himself, he should still carefully review the financial past of the business before taking any action. In order to do so, a purchaser should examine such items as:

  •   Certified financial records
  •   Employee files and benefits
  •   Contracts
  •   Past lawsuits
  •   Leases

Business acquisitions come in all types and sizes, and can be a complicated process. Hiring a good lawyer is very important because they can have a great amount of input over the success, or lack of success, in purchasing a business. Careful selection of the right lawyer to guide you through the process of buying a business is critical. Contact the Trembly Law Firm to assist you in purchasing your new business. Our firm is able to anticipate challenges to proactively solve problems, from negotiations and due diligence, to final closing. We are experienced with purchase agreements in various industries, and are very familiar with the issues arising in the structuring and negotiating of such agreements. The Trembly Law Firm will help you finalize your business purchase by avoiding key issues that often arise, including:

  •   Preparing the documentation for the purchase
  •   The terms and conditions related to the purchase
  •   Negotiating deals or contracts
  •   Organizing your business and incorporation
  •   Setting up any necessary entities

Without the proper legal care, purchasing an existing business can turn from a dream opportunity to a legal and financial disaster. The Trembly Law Firm will assist you every step of the way, ensuring your business purchase is done properly.