Providing Skilled Legal Advice Regarding Business Transactions

The success of your business often depends on your ability to minimize risks and maximize benefits for each aspect of your business. As an owner, you deal with various types of transactions on a frequent — if not daily — basis. Some examples may include:

  • Internal operations: Employment contracts, severance agreements and buy-sell agreements with partners or co-owners
  • External transactions: Selling goods, purchasing supplies, striking agreements with vendors and establishing contracts with clients
  • Real estate: Leasing, purchasing, selling and performing 1031 tax-deferred exchanges

One Business Deal Gone Bad Can Jeopardize Your Success

Unfortunately, one poorly executed commercial transaction can jeopardize what you have worked so hard to attain. Forgetting to create a formal contract with a customer can lead to a dispute, even litigation. Failure to read or understand the fine print in a business contract may expose your company to unnecessary risks or liability. Signing on the dotted line without thinking through the tax consequences of a large deal can create a financial obligation you cannot keep.

Helping Owners Throughout Missouri and Kansas Avoid Costly Disputes

The business transaction lawyers at The Law Offices of McQuain, DeHardt & Rosenbloom, P.C., can help you avoid potential pitfalls and resolve disagreements that may arise during the course of operating your business. Our attorneys have been providing high-quality legal services to business owners in the Kansas City metro area for over 40 years.

Meeting Your Business Needs. Exceeding Your Expectations.

With a stellar reputation in this area as the 'Go To' lawyers for business law and taxation matters faced by individuals and business owners, our public accounting experience makes us your one-stop shop for legal and tax assistance.

Contact us online or call us at 816-533-7740 to schedule a free initial consultation. We will apply the knowledge, skill and experience you deserve as a business owner.