Business & Commercial Law Attorney in Arlington, Virginia
The formation of a business organization, the purchase of the assets of a business, and the dissolution of a business organization are examples of transactions that affect the fundamental legal or financial structure of business organizations. Business owners in Virginia engaged in those types of transactions frequently confront complex issues.
The Law Office of James D. Fife provides legal services that help business owners address complex transactional issues in ways that meet the objectives of business owners. Mr. Fife gives advice that enables business owners to make prudent decisions about issues that arise in selecting the form of organization for a business, establishing the financial structure of a business, and completing other significant transactions. Mr. Fife, an experienced business planning lawyer, also assists business clients by preparing organizational documents, agreements, and other documents that are designed to protect the assets of a business and minimize the potential liabilities of business owners.
Mr. Fife has the experience required to help new businesses in the Arlington region make sound financial and legal decisions. Mr. Fife is committed to providing legal services for each client that are tailored to address the client’s individual situation. The firm provides effective representation for clients engaged in selecting business entities and forming business organizations, including:
Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
The firm’s services also include legal advice and representation for established business organizations in Virginia with respect to various legal issues and business planning matters. For example, Mr. Fife assists business organizations by providing services that include the following:
Drafting shareholder agreements
Preparing and reviewing buy-sell agreements
Preparing documents for the redemption of ownership interests
Preparing and reviewing lease agreements
Preparing employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, and covenants not to compete (non-compete agreements)
Representing clients in negotiating transactions
Preparing documents for the dissolution of business organizations
Preparing agreements for the purchase of the assets of a business
Preparing agreements for the sale of all of the stock of an operating corporation
Preparing agreements for transfers of business interests
Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Virginia, business planning lawyer James D. Fife also practices estate planning and estate administration. He can help clients decide which organizational option is best for their situations. He can also work with clients to develop business plans designed to protect their assets from exposure to liability and other risks inherent in operating a business as well as estate plans to provide for the transfer of those assets to family members.
Contact business planning attorney James D. Fife today to schedule an initial consultation about small business legal issues. Mr. Fife works closely with his business clients to help them choose the right form of organization for their businesses and successfully resolve the legal and tax issues they face as their businesses expand.