Business Purchases And Sales

If You're Looking To Grow Or Contract Your Business, We Can Help

Business owners in Florida know that staying viable and profitable does not happen by itself. Market conditions can sour quickly due to competition, changes in consumer habits or preferences, or for seemingly mundane reasons such as prolonged road construction. On the other hand, some businesses might be prospering and looking to expand their footprint.

Regardless of the state of a business, the attorneys at Fischler & Friedman, P.A., understand that businesses in Fort Lauderdale and throughout the state can benefit from the experience and legal advice we can provide in business and corporate law matters. Our partner Michael A. Fischler has an MBA in addition to his law degree, so he is particularly attuned to the needs of business owners.

Experienced Legal Advice For Sales And Purchases

Businesses can pursue a purchase or expansion for a variety of reasons. Some business owners may wish to open a new location of an existing business, while others may wish to diversify their portfolio by acquiring something previously unrelated to their primary focus. Other business owners may see an opportunity to purchase a rival with the goal of either expanding or eliminating a competitor.

On the other side of the equation, some business owners are looking to sell a business they have built from the ground up. Business owners might wish to sell due to a wish to retire, an opportunity to take advantage of market conditions or to concentrate on other ventures.

Whether you are looking to sell your business or purchase one, our experienced legal team can advise you of the advantages and drawbacks you might face — and to ensure that the terms of a sale are reasonable and worth it for you to move forward.

Contact Our Attorneys Today If You Are Considering A Big Move

For business law representation in the Fort Lauderdale area, call 954-763-5778. On the Southwest coast of Florida, call 239-333-1200 for our satellite office Fort Myers. We can also meet clients in Naples. You may also email our firm to schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced business law attorney.