Business Formation, Transaction and Succession

Business Formation, Transaction and Succession

ALABAMA BUSINESS PLANNING FUNDAMENTALS
SERVING BUSINESSES IN ALABAMA

The Swindall Law Firm, LLC is here to represent entrepreneurs from family owned businesses to corporations with multiple locations. We design, administer, and maintain plans that help reduce personal liability and serve your business and personal goals.

BUSINESS FORMATION

Successful entrepreneurs often seek the advice of legal counsel before entering into a business transaction or forming a business entity. We understand that good counsel includes finding out what matters to you, an understanding of your business, and what is your future exit plan. We ask questions that will inform your business entity regarding a variety of matters.

We approach topics such as where to form your entity, the type of entity to form, protecting intellectual property, liability matters, and other topics relevant to your business legal needs.

At the Swindall Law Firm, we are dedicated to serving businesses in Alabama with the hope that the formation of your business will be the beginning of our business relationship. We hope to earn your respect as a trust counselor. Your business entity should be setup correctly in a manner that will facilitate growth. By doing so we hope you will receive peace of mind.

BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS

At the Swindall Law Firm, LLC we can assist businesses of all sizes with:

  • Negotiating Contracts
  • Drafting Contracts
  • Business Planning
  • Business Structure (LLC, C Corporation, Non-profits, etc.)
  • Employment Matters
  • Buy-sell Agreements
  • Contract Review
  • Advice regarding insurance coverage.
  • Advice on corporate compliance.
SUCCESSION PLANNING

Once you have formed a business it is time to consider your legacy. After you pass it is important to leave your loved ones with a legacy. One significant yet easily overlooked matter regarding businesses can be an exit plan. We believe every business plan needs an exit plan. A plan that is designed around your exit whether that includes the sale of your business or death.
An exit plan may evolve throughout the life cycle of a business as a result of both business and personal circumstances. It is paramount to look at those measures that can be taken today to ensure your business succession works as you intend.
In addition to an exit plan, we can leave behind a legacy to the one’s we love. We all have the memories and life lessons that we have learned throughout our life. Imagine the value of passing down those family stories and life lessons you have acquired over the years. If this is something of interest to you ask more about it at your consultation meeting.

Contact Kevin Swindall, at the Swindall Law Firm, LLC to set up a consultation by calling 205-775-7820.