Boston and Andover Business Lawyer

When you need a business lawyer in in the Boston and Andover, MA areas, you need the experienced attorneys at Olson & Olson. We can provide you with information on the formation of corporations and other business entities in locations are Massachusetts, so you can decide where you want to create your new company. You will feel confident in the guidelines you must follow in the creation, development, and operation of your new company when you have an attorney working for you that you can trust. We can also help answer all your questions, so you know how to move forward with business-related legal concerns.

Governance, Acquisition, and Stock Purchases

When it comes to taking good care of your business, it needs to be a focus from the day you start to plan for it all the way through to the day you close your doors. With our attorneys on your side, you can find out all you need to know about business acquisition and joint ventures in locations such as Boston and Andover. You can also learn about corporate governance and formalities in locations all over the state of Massachusetts, so you are clear about the proper operation of your business right from the very beginning. That will help protect both you and your customers during transactions.

Whether you are buying out another business, selling stock to shareholders, or simply considering a business move that is governed by regulations, you want to make sure your company is always operating legally. Asset and stock purchase agreements in locations around Massachusetts have to be carried out safely, and it is often better to go above and beyond the legal requirements for these transactions to reduce the risk of any problems in the future. A stock purchase agreement may not be required, for example, but the protections it offers are well worth having. Olson & Olson can help ensure your agreement is solid so you can put it in place with any stock purchase or sale.

Selling or Liquidating Your Massachusetts Business

Eventually, the time may come when you decide to move on from your business. Selling a business and liquidating its assets in locations like Andover and Boston must be handled properly to reduce any risk to you and to follow the law correctly. You can sell your turnkey business to someone else, or you can liquidate your business and close it down. You can also sell a part of it and liquidate some assets that do not go along with the sale of the business.

Since you have options, you want to make sure you choose the right one. You also want to be sure you understand the implications of anything you agree to or sign.

We can help by creating and reviewing documents related to the sale or liquidation of your business. That can provide you with peace of mind, and provide you with the knowledge you need to either go through with the sale or make some adjustments to what you will be receiving from the business’ liquidation. Having the right information can make all the difference.

Related Articles

Formation of Corporations

Business Acquisition and Joint Ventures  

Asset and Stock Purchase Agreements

Selling a Business and Liquidating Assets

Corporate Governance and Formalities  

Other Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Estate Planning

Real Estate

Trust Administration

Constitutional Rights & Civil Rights


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