Business Succession Planning
Business Law at Laidlaw Firm
To protect your long-term profitability and prevent management challenges, small business owners need to consider business succession planning.
* Is there agreement about who should succeed you in key leadership positions?
* Who will manage the day-to-day operations of the company should you become incapacitated?
* How will you assess the value of your partnership if one partner wishes to cash out?
Protect your business. Make the necessary legal arrangements today. We are experienced in estate planning and can help you with both your personal and business planning needs.
Contact us for a free consultation.
Whether you are starting up a new business or making financial planning decisions for an existing company, it is important to consider the legal implications and operations for your business. At Laidlaw Firm, Attorneys at Law, PLLC, we provide strategic legal counsel to small to medium-sized businesses in all areas of business law.
Strategic business planning at the start of a business and continual legal maintenance can prevent future litigation and protect the production and profitability of your business. Contact us for a free initial consultation.
Many businesses will need an attorney when they face a turning point: a start-up, a new contract, or even a dispute. We understand that our clients need guidance at various stages of business operation and help them to address every legal concern to protect their interests and prevent future liability. We will inform you of your rights and obligations and take every necessary action to secure the immediate and future success of your business operations.
In addition to the areas listed below, we represent businesses in marketing law and copyright/trademark issues.
Business Formation and Incorporation
We can assist you in business start-up and will explore all of your options and alternatives in formation including S-corporations, C-corps, LLCs (limited liability companies), LLPs (limited liability partnerships), PLLCs, or general partnerships. Tax consequences and liability will make a difference in the entity formation that will best suit your business objectives.
Transactions and Contracts
Throughout the life of your small business, you will be faced with real estate contracts, vendor contracts, agreements and transactions that will affect your business operations. Any risk or obligation you face will affect the security and operation of your business. We are experienced in assisting small business owners with drafting, modifications, and reviewing contracts to protect the interests of our small business clients.
Contact Laidlaw Firm, Attorneys at Law, PLLC, for a free, fifteen minute phone consultation with an experienced small business lawyer. Our office is located conveniently in downtown Bedford Hills, New York and is easily accessible by car or train. Attorney Moira Laidlaw is licensed to practice and represent clients in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.