North Carolina Business Law Attorneys
At the Raleigh law firm of Nicholls & Crampton, P.A., our business attorneys assists clients in selecting the appropriate business entity form, including corporations, general partnerships, limited partnership, limited liability company, and joint ventures. Tax consequences play an important role in business transactions. Our attorneys assist in evaluating tax issues that impact the business formation and its continued operation. Our attorneys are skilled in the areas of employee contracts, non-compete agreements, benefit options, shareholder agreements and buy-sell arrangements.
In addition, we are also available to assist in the consummation of business transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions, financing, and the orderly dissolution of business entities. For closely held companies, succession planning and exit strategies are paramount and we have a wide range of experience in this area of business planning.
Our business law attorneys provide comprehensive business law services, some of which are listed here. We help clients identify the tax management, wealth transfer and general liability consequences of different business options.
- Business entity formation
- Acquisition of existing businesses
- Small business representation
- Corporate finance
- Contract drafting
- Contract disputes
- Limited liability companies (LLCs)
- Dissolution of business entities
- Business employment matters
- Non-compete contracts and litigation
- Construction lien issues and litigation
- Shareholder disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Representation before regulatory bodies
- Wealth transfer and estate planning
To truly meet clients' needs, our business law attorneys take advantage of the experience and knowledge of all the lawyers at Nicholls & Crampton. Our attorneys are all skilled in their fields and experienced litigators. Together, we form a powerful team that supports and represents businesses throughout Raleigh, the Research Triangle and beyond.
Contact us today at 919-781-1311 to speak with a skilled business law attorney.
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