Plano Mergers and Acquisitions Lawyers: Over 80 Years of Experience – Guiding Your Business Through Change
Whether you are combining your operations with another business or purchasing an existing operation, the Plano mergers and acquisitions attorneys at Albin Oldner Law, PLLC can help you develop a clear plan of action to smooth the transition for your workforce, leadership, vendors and customers.
Our Frisco law firm works with businesses in Collin County and Denton County advising new businesses and existing businesses on growth strategies. If your company is primed for growth, call Albin Oldner Law, PLLC at (214) 225-9138 or contact us online.
Combining companies offers tremendous advantages but there is considerably more to the process than just bringing two operations together under one roof and umbrella corporation. Merging two companies requires thoughtful consideration of a variety of business issues, such as:
- Employment law issues: such as the effect of the merger on existing employment contracts and benefits packages, employee retention, job redundancy and terminations
- Ensuring compliance with laws governing each of the merging entities, and a review of legal liability
- Merging the interests of the businesses in terms of assets, real property, intellectual property and inventory
- Protecting the rights of stakeholders, including investors and principals
- Tax clearance
Certificate of Merger
Chapter 10 of the Texas Business Organization Code (BOC) requires specified businesses to obtain a certificate of merger with the Texas Secretary of State (SOS). Our Frisco business law attorneys help you collect the necessary documentation to submit a complete application so your merger is approved in a timely manner. We can expedite services for time-sensitive mergers.
We arrange such essential documentation as:
- Plan of merger
- Certificate of Account Status
- Certificate of Formation
Purchasing an existing business can have tremendous advantages: a recognized name, loyal clients, dependable vendors, knowledgeable employees, an established protocol and the tools and equipment required to operate the business. But funding the acquisition of a business can be a challenge. Which will be most advantageous to you? Should you use an asset purchase agreement, or a share purchase agreement so as to limit liability?
Our business acquisition lawyers can advise you on funding your acquisition, negotiate an acquisition agreement between the business owners, and draft the documents necessary to complete the business acquisition transaction. We can also provide you practical advice that allows you to jump right in with as little disruption to the business as possible.
Contact a Business Law Attorney in Plano, Frisco, Addison and Dallas, TX
For a smooth transition at a challenging time in the lifecycle of your business, consult with Albin Oldner Law, PLLC’s experienced legal team. Call our Frisco business lawyers at (214) 225-9138 or contact us online.