Business Succession Planning
No company can survive without an able owner or manager at the helm. In the event of a key person’s sudden death, illness, or retirement, businesses are often left scrambling to find a suitable replacement.
Large corporations and small businesses alike can avoid a tumultuous transition by establishing a succession plan.
Arrangements can be made that would transfer the owner or executive’s interest into trusts to be held by or paid out to family members. In some cases, assets may also be divided among employees or in other cases, it may be best to sell the company.
We assist owners and shareholders to put together a plan that facilitates a smooth transition.
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