Exit Planning Lawyers
Your business is more than a lifetime of hard work; it’s your heart’s work. You’ve forecasted for strategic growth, trained your management team to be self-sufficient, protected product quality standards, and built a reputation for stellar customer service. Your focus has been balancing continued innovation with service worthy of a loyal customer base. So, what happens next? It’s time to move to the next stage of your life—that begins with creating an exit plan.
Whether your business is moving to the next generation, current employees, or completely new ownership, planning for the transition is essential. A successful exit plan, however, can take several years, even upwards of a decade, to fully implement. While each company’s needs vary, some key components include: a fair valuation and understanding of the business’s market value; ensuring the entire management team is fully comfortable and trained for their new roles; resolving any pending litigation or complaints; planning for any tax implications; and thoroughly evaluating all planning options and timelines to create a seamless transition.
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What our exit planning lawyers have Helped Our Clients Achieve
- Helped reorganize company to increase sales price and create residual income
- Implemented strategic planning with Client to identify potential buyers
- Created phantom stock plan to retain key employees to increase value of entity
- Reorganized company to increase tax efficiency currently and for future sale