How I can Help your Business
Small business has always been the major focus of my legal practice. By small business I mean businesses that are owned and run by individual families and entrepreneurs. Both in the law firm context and as corporate counsel for a large franchise operation, I have always endeavored to provide a comprehensive approach to my practice. This approach provides a much more efficient and effective legal representation than the classic silo approach to legal practice. For the small company, this can be invaluable. My expertise includes:
- Commercial: Contract drafting and negotiation, including SAAS contracts, IT contracts and other technology agreements.
- Corporate: Corporate formation, state filings, and corporate governance; succession planning and business divorce.
- Mergers and Acquisitions: Asset purchase agreements; stock purchase agreements; mergers, succession planning utilizing mergers and acquisitions.
- Real Estate: Purchase and sale of commercial real estate; Drafting and negotiating commercial leases. I drafted and negotiated multiple commercial real estate purchases from both the buyer and the seller’s perspective as well as leases from both the landlord and the tenant perspective.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR ADVANCE HEALTHCARE DIRECTIVE
A WILL, A LIVING WILL, AND A POWER OF ATTORNEY:
THE THREE LEGAL DOCUMENTS EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE!
1. last will and testament:
This document allows you to distribute your belongings and assets according to your wishes and appoint an executor to oversee the distribution of those assets. Properly executed, it will make the probate process much easier.
2. LIVING WILL:
Also known as an Advance Healthcare Directive, this document spells out your wishes for end-of-life medical treatment, should you become incapacitated and unable to communicate those wishes to your physician. In addition, this document also allows you to appoint a person whom you want to make decisions on your behalf if you should become incapacitated and unable to make those decisions for yourself.
3. POA or POWER OF ATTORNEY:
This document allows you to appoint a person you trust to be able to act on your behalf to conduct your financial affairs – and decide when it will be effective, i.e., either immediately or upon your becoming incapacitated and unable to take care of those affairs yourself.
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