Asset Purchase and Sales Agreements Laws in Massachusetts
The act of acquiring or selling a business involves so much more than a real estate transaction. Asset purchase and sales agreements encompass both the tangible and non-tangible aspects of transferring a business from one owner to another. The business law attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, in Massachusetts are experienced in P&S agreements and are able to handle your asset purchase and sales agreements, and all of the legal services that the process may entail. An asset purchase and sales agreement outlines the specific price of assets and how it will be paid by the purchaser. The agreements also outline the exact assets to be transferred and if there are any warranties. Assets may have to be appraised as part of the process. Other aspects of asset purchase and sales agreements include any liability of debts on those assets. Tax liabilities will also be outlined in the agreement.
ASSET P&S DRAFTING SERVICES
The agreements are legally binding and can either be simple or complicated, depending on the amount of assets and any liabilities. Shapiro Law Group, PC, understands the importance of negotiating an asset purchase and sales agreement. We will draft an agreement that reflects your best interests and will work diligently to ensure you are protected in every way. Arranging for full disclosure of appraisals will protect your investment or help you get the most for the assets you are agreeing to sell or buy. This may take time and extensive research.
EXPERIENCED LAW FIRM FOR BUSINESSES
Because of what all is at stake, the business lawyers at Shapiro Law Group, PC, will give your situation the time and personal attention needed. The process of acquiring or selling a business can be stressful and overwhelming in general. With our help, you can feel confident your interests are protected and the transaction will be done in a fair and timely manner. Let us be the advocate you need in your corner when you are involved with an asset purchase and sales agreement. The attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (339) 298-2300.