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St. Charles Buy-Sell Agreement Attorney

At the law office of Stephen A. Martin, Attorney at Law, we know that a well-written and comprehensive buy-sell agreement is the cornerstone of every business. Without one, asset division can be protracted, and litigation could result.

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Viewed as either a business pre-nuptial agreement or a business will, a buy-sell agreement delineates the terms and conditions under which a business can be sold. Each buy-sell agreement can and should be as unique as the business and its owners.

Just as you would codify provisions for personal asset distribution, so too, you must do the same for your business assets. Depending on the company, the owners and their respective investments in the company, the directives for a buy-sell agreement comprehensively and conclusively mandate all possible triggering events, and the concomitant response.

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In preparing your buy-sell agreement, Stephen A. Martin, Attorney at Law, will comprehensively analyze the company, will discuss all options with you, and will create an agreement based on your desired objectives. With special attention to business valuation, now and upon a triggering event, Mr. Martin will ensure and protect your investment by covering every eventuality and thereby minimizing or eliminating potential litigation.

In the event that you currently have a buy-sell agreement that is in dispute, the law office of Stephen A. Martin, Attorney at Law, offers exceptional litigation experience — comfortable and confident in the courtroom, Mr. Martin excels before the judiciary.

If you live in the St. Charles, Missouri area, and you are in need of a buy-sell agreement attorney for preparation or litigation, please visit us, or contact us by phone.

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