Business Transaction Attorney in Columbus
Helping You Create Healthy Business Relationships to Maximize Your Profits
Our business transaction lawyers work with the intricate aspects of the law that relate to planning, negotiating, and drafting documents regarding business formation. For many business owners, making a profit is the most enjoyable aspect of their job, but as we all know, there is much more that goes into the business than that.
When you own a business, you are responsible for managing liabilities, debts, taxes, and business growth, and it helps to have a team of supportive attorneys like the ones at Poydasheff & Sowers, LLC on your side.
Business transactions are categorized as either exchange transactions or non-exchange transactions. In an exchange transaction, each party receives and sacrifices something of approximate equal value. In a non-exchange transaction, one party receives the item of value without directly giving value. An example of an exchange transaction would be leasing a property and an example of a non-exchange transaction would be a voluntary donation of cash or another noncash asset to a non-profit organization.
Business transactions are often connected with employment, insurance matters, intellectual property, immigration matters, environmental issues, and taxes. Business transaction disputes tend to be contractual and can be resolved with the help of a knowledgeable attorney who understands the complexities of these legal matters and can help the parties come to a contractual agreement.
As good business transaction attorneys should, we view our clients as partners, and when you succeed, we succeed. We can help you navigate complex laws and we will properly draft business agreements so you can focus on the work you need to do to keep your business thriving. Our business transaction attorneys can help you with many technical aspects of your business, including the following:
- Legal entities
- Advice for general governance, commercial, and compliance matters
- Legally required forms, including tax exemption applications
- Personnel policies and counsel on real estate, regulatory, intellectual property, and licensing matters
- Acquisitions, consolidation, mergers, reorganization, liquidations, and private stock offerings
- Shares and asset purchase agreements
- Financial agreements
- Employment and independent contractor agreements
- Trademarks, patents, and copyrights
- Assisting in the creation and structure of foreign or domestic corporations, limited liability businesses, partnerships, and joint ventures
- Commercial documents
- Corporate minutes
Helpful Documents in a Business Transaction
In your business transaction case, it will be our top priority to help you make an agreement out of your dispute so you can return to business as usual. In order for us to do this, it is essential that we have a solid comprehension of the important details of the case. Our job is to take the stress off of your shoulders, so simply providing us with a few informative documents can go a long way. These documents can give us insight into the nature of the business transaction and the amount of money involved. Some examples of documents that can support a business transaction include:
- Bank statements
- Cash register tape or copies of receipts
- Electronic record of hours worked by an employee
- Packing slips, like ones included in shipments
- Sales orders or supplier invoices
- Timecards or time sheets
To get in touch with one of our skilled, meticulous business transaction attorneys in Columbus who can analyze the details of your issue and help find a solution, call Poydasheff & Sowers, LLC at (706) 705-5777 or contact us online.