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Buying a Business: Why Having an Attorney Is Imperative
Buying a Business: Why Having an Attorney Is Imperative

You’ve dreamed for years about owning your own coffee shop or starting your own hair salon. You finally have enough money to make that dream a reality. You do research about what you need to do to buy the business and your dream is quickly clouded with laws, rules, requirements, and paperwork. You decide there is no way you could do everything required to have your own business. You’ve saved money and educated yourself, but it’s getting too complicated.

Don’t abandon your dreams of business ownership because the process of buying the business is overwhelming – don’t let rules and regulations kill your inspiration. Hiring an attorney will allow you to focus on your dreams. Hire an attorney to make your dream possible. In addition to guiding you through the process, your attorney will help you to:

·         Discover any liens or claims against the property

·         Understand the commercial lease terms

·         Research the financial history of the business

·         Research existing employment contracts within the business

·         Form an LLC

·         Rename the business

Businesses often switch hands in our fast-paced market, so a very strict system with specific requirements has been put into place to handle these transactions. If you are considering buying a business, hire an attorney to do the heavy lifting. Call Ross & Ross at (814) 274 – 8612. Let our experienced attorneys handle your business real estate transaction. We are devoted to working hard so that you can remain confident in your business decisions.

***Legal Disclaimer: The contents of this site are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice.  No lawyer-client relationship exists until one of our attorneys meets with you and agrees to accept you as a client.

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One East Third Street
Coudersport, PA 16915
Phone: (814)274-8612

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