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Do You Need To Buy Or Sell A Business?


Perhaps you would like to pass your family business on to the next generation. Maybe your startup has seen wild success, and you would like to sell to a larger entity, or perhaps you are just ready to start a new chapter or explore a new venture. Whatever the reason, buying or selling a business needs to be done with care so that both the old and new owners are protected.

The purchase and sale of businesses is part of a natural life cycle. At the Law Offices of Roche and Roche, PC, we have facilitated business transactions since 1990 and have deep experience to draw from when handling commercial law matters.

This is one of the most significant transactions your business will ever participate in, and our attorneys will ensure that it is on solid footing. We work with both buyers and sellers in Franklin and throughout Eastern and Southeastern Massachusetts.

Questions? Contact us for a free consultation: 508-528-8300.

We Make Sure Sales Are Done Properly

Even if you have a high degree of trust in the other parties involved in a business sale, it is still important to make sure that everything is done correctly. This can save unnecessary complications and expenses further down the road. When you work with our firm, we will take care of:

  • Prior due diligence: Buyers and sellers should both have significant information before any sale occurs. As part of this process, we will review tax returns, profit and loss statements, bank statements, lists of customers, existing contracts, real estate titles and other documents.
  • Valuation: A complete and accurate business valuation is crucial to any sale.
  • Purchase and sale documents: We will draft the correct documentation for your industry. Our lawyers can also review third-party documents if you are already involved in the sale process.
  • Confidentiality: This can be important when an outside party is purchasing your business. We can create the necessary nondisclosure agreements so that you can safely discuss sensitive business information.

Even the simplest business sale has many moving parts, and it is important to keep them all in alignment. By taking the time to do it correctly, you will guarantee the health of your business for years to come.

Contact Us For All Your Business Needs

Whether you need assistance with a business sale or other contracts and documentation, the Law Offices of Roche and Roche, PC, has the experience you need for success. Contact our legal team by email or by phone: 508-528-8300.