Advising Small Businesses, Family-Owned Businesses, and Other Closely Held Businesses
Closely held businesses face a wide array of challenges that can prevent them from growing and achieving success. In an effort to help these entities navigate their issues and challenges, Einhorn Barbarito has developed a team of attorneys focused on meeting the specific needs of small businesses, family-owned businesses, and other closely held companies. Our lawyers are well-attuned to the day-to-day problems these companies encounter and are committed to providing the comprehensive advice they need to keep their businesses running smoothly every step of the way.
Full-Service New Jersey Small Business Legal Advice
Whether you are just getting a new enterprise off the ground or your business is well-established, our attorneys can assist you with both your routine and more complex legal needs. We serve privately held business entities of all sizes operating in a wide array of industries throughout New Jersey. Our New Jersey lawyers offer ongoing legal advice and counsel on all aspects of corporate and small business law, including:
- Corporate structure and formation
- Corporate governance
- Contract negotiations and drafting
- Mergers, acquisitions, and dissolutions
- Shareholder and Member disputes
- Licensing agreements
- Commercial financing
- Tax and estate planning
- Business succession planning
- Employment law
- Real estate
- Business litigation
At Einhorn Barbarito, we concentrate on providing proactive and practical advice that protects our clients’ business interests today and into the future. Our team of business lawyers will take the time to understand your goals and your vision for your company so that we can develop solutions that allow your businesses to flourish in today’s highly competitive environment.
Working to Resolve Challenging Business Issues
Our attorneys appreciate that legal issues and disputes can be very risky for closely held businesses. We also know that smaller businesses generally do not have the same resources as larger corporations. Our practice aims to provide the ongoing, comprehensive legal representation closely held companies require in a highly cost-effective manner. We pay careful attention to potential costs implications and work directly with our clients to identify courses of action that make sound business and financial sense.
The attorneys in our practice are also very familiar with the myriad of issues that can surface in family-owned closely held businesses. While these businesses face many of the same challenges inherent in running any company, complex familial relationships can present additional obstacles and difficulties. Disagreements among family members over finances, control, ownership, succession, and other matters are often highly charged and are best handled by seasoned lawyers who understand the family dynamics. At Einhorn Barbarito, our lawyers have decades of collective experience advising family businesses, often across multiple generations. We know how to help family members work through their differences to find solutions that advance their businesses while preserving important family relationships.
Contact Our Office Today for Assistance
If you would like to learn more about the services offered by our corporate and business law attorneys or need representation for your small business, family-owned business or other closely held company, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our firm by calling 973-627-7300. The Business/Corporate Law practice at Einhorn Barbarito provides New Jersey small business legal advice to privately held companies throughout the state and the surrounding region.Print PDF
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