Small Business Law
Want to buy or sell a business?
Arcari Law has successfully represented both buyers and sellers of convenience store franchises and non-franchise markets, small and large restaurants with and without liquor licenses, and boutique stores. The purchase or sale of a business is not done in isolation, as there are numerous tangential issues to navigate so the business continues operating despite the change in ownership.
Routine issues confronting business buyers and sellers may be: what type of corporate entity to establish, is there a lease or purchase of the physical location, are there employment contracts with employees in play, are non-competition agreements necessary to ensure the seller does not open the same business just a few doors down from the present one? Is the Seller financing any portion of the purchase? These are just to name a few and consulting with an experienced advisor is necessary in order to properly protect your interests, whether you are a buyer or a seller.
In addition, every small or large business owner benefits from the general counsel services of an attorney who is knowledgeable in small business law and experienced with the type of business you operate. Arcari Law will assist you in navigating the small business maze, and serves business owners in the Essex and Middlesex Counties of Massachusetts.