One aspect of getting a business started is choosing the best form of entity to operate the business. Corporations, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships all offer liability protection to the ultimate owner, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. Fritz Legal provides assistance with helping you choose the type of entity that is the most appropriate in each situation, helps prepare the organizational documents to best fit your needs, and allows you to get your business up and running.
Fritz Legal represents lenders and borrowers in mortgage-based loans and asset-based loans, including the preparation and negotiation of loan documents, preparing appropriate company consents, giving legal opinions where required, and assisting with settlement.
Fritz Legal also provides assistance to clients looking to raise money through private placements of securities, preparing offering memoranda, subscription agreements, and other offering documents, as well as making appropriate Regulation D securities filings.
Businesses deal with a wide variety of contracts on a regular basis, and Fritz Legal has extensive experience in providing legal assistance to companies with their contract needs. We can help you when you need a contract to be drafted, reviewed, or negotiated, to ensure that the contract reflects your needs and intents, and discussing the various legal provisions in contracts with you to ensure that you understand what you are being asked to sign.
Fritz Legal recognizes that selling a business is likely to be a major transaction in your life, and we can provide you with the counseling you need, including the negotiation of the purchase and sale agreement, any on-going employment agreements and non-competition agreements, and other related documents, and assisting with the closing of the sale.
If you are planning on buying a business, Fritz Legal can assist you with the preparation and negotiation of the purchase and sale agreement and other documents, the due diligence of the business that you intend to acquire (including reviewing leases and other contracts that would be assumed), and assisting with the closing of the acquisition.