Business Law Attorney

in Middlesex County New Jersey

If you are thinking of buying or selling a business, or even starting a new one entirely, it is important to make sure you have the right legal representation. The laws and regulations concerning business and corporate transactions can be very complex, and are constantly being changed. Without an experienced and knowledgeable advocate helping you navigate these laws, your deal could become mired in a bureaucratic maze of endless paperwork and delays, costing you time and money.

Shah and Associates has the experience and the resources to keep up with these ever-changing laws and help you through the process of starting, buying, or selling any business. From reviewing your initial contract to resolving post-closing issues, we can help you with a multitude of questions and problems that may arise. Regardless of the size of your business, we will work with you to ensure that your transaction happens as smoothly as possible, and help you avoid costly mistakes and pitfalls.

We offer all of the following business services and more:

  • Company formation
  • Choice of business entity
  • Structure of business entity
  • Purchase or sale of a business
  • Ownership issues
  • General legal counsel to businesses and individual owners
  • Coordination of personal, estate and business plans
  • Tax planning
  • Reorganization and restructuring
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Shareholder control agreements
  • Voting agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Shareholder and partner disputes
  • Sales and disposition of businesses
  • Dissolutions
  • Succession planning
  • Recapitalization
  • Asset protection

No matter where you are in the process, we invite you to call our office to schedule an initial consultation. Together, we will discuss our fees and services, and create a plan tailored to your specific needs and questions. Let us use our knowledge and experience to help you make your business deal or formation as seamless and easy as possible.

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