What are the most important issues that business persons fail to address adequately at the outset of a commercial venture?

During the optimistic stage of starting a new business enterprise, most business persons fail to adequately address what will happen if a significant unexpected adverse event occurs to the business or to one of the owners of the business.

Our firm can assist you in addressing these issues in a buy-sell agreement or by appropriate terms included in a limited liability company agreement or a stockholders agreement. It is important to address death, disability, divorce, dissolution and deadlocks before any of these terrible events actually occur.