Operate As If You
Were Going To Sell
Your Business Today


Entrepreneurs should operate their businesses as if they were planning to sell the businesses today. That allows owners to maximize value and minimize risk. Being in full legal compliance furthers those goals.

In just your first hour with Brian, here are just a few of the issues you can discuss: 

  • Areas of Legal Riskincluding any operational gaps and ways to eliminate them
     
  • Asset Protection Strategiesto reduce your business and personal liability
     
  • Estate Planningto protect your family by improving your estate plan, including options to successfully transfer your business’s value

Running a business requires not just offering a product or service and understanding markets, but also ensuring compliance with legal requirements. Brian works with all types of businesses to make sure that they comply with federal and state standards.  He offers legal advice in all stages of a business’s life cycle: formation, ongoing operations, and sale or termination of the business...

Formation: When starting a business, you must decide whether to operate as a sole proprietorship, general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership (LLP), limited liability company (LLC), corporation, close corporation, S corporation, or, if applicable, a professional corporation. Brian will walk you through the pros and cons of each legal entity for your business and then take all necessary steps to validly form your business to ensure it meets applicable state and federal laws.

Ongoing Operations: Most businesses have an ongoing need for legal advice. These needs can include creation and maintenance of corporate minutes, complying with state and federal business regulations, drafting and negotiating employment and transactional contracts and leases, and many other legal issues. Brian provides ongoing services to meet every business legal need.

Sale, Termination, and Business Succession: When a business is sold, or it simply ceases operations, there are legal requirements that must be met. Business owners also should take steps to make sure the business is left in capable hands following retirement or death. Brian will guide you through the legal requirements to transfer your business to the next generation, or work toward successful termination or sale.

Would you like to chat with Brian? 

$247 for Your First Hour [NOTE: fee reduced by $147 for your first hour if you do further business with Brian]For new clients, Brian offers a low-cost initial consultation that can be further discounted if you become an ongoing client. Here is how it works:
 
If you continue to work with Brian, $147 of your initial consultation fee will be applied to future legal work and/or one of Brian's premier consulting packages— this reduces the cost of your initial consultation to just $100 for one hour of vital conversation.
 
Brian also offers various pricing options, including discounted retainer programs. These programs are designed to meet most types of business legal needs.
 
Call today or schedule your consultation using the form below to discover how Brian can help you.

 

Operate As If You Were Going To Sell Your Business Today

Entrepreneurs should operate their businesses as if they were planning to sell the businesses today. That allows owners to maximize value and minimize risk. Being in full legal compliance furthers those goals.

In just your first hour with Brian, here are just a few of the issues you can discuss: 

  • Areas of Legal Riskincluding any operational gaps and ways to eliminate them
     
  • Asset Protection Strategiesto reduce your business and personal liability
     
  • Estate Planningto protect your family by improving your estate plan, including options to successfully transfer your business’s value

Running a business requires not just offering a product or service and understanding markets, but also ensuring compliance with legal requirements. Brian works with all types of businesses to make sure that they comply with federal and state standards.  He offers legal advice in all stages of a business’s life cycle: formation, ongoing operations, and sale or termination of the business...

Formation: When starting a business, you must decide whether to operate as a sole proprietorship, general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership (LLP), limited liability company (LLC), corporation, close corporation, S corporation, or, if applicable, a professional corporation. Brian will walk you through the pros and cons of each legal entity for your business and then take all necessary steps to validly form your business to ensure it meets applicable state and federal laws.

Ongoing Operations: Most businesses have an ongoing need for legal advice. These needs can include creation and maintenance of corporate minutes, complying with state and federal business regulations, drafting and negotiating employment and transactional contracts and leases, and many other legal issues. Brian provides ongoing services to meet every business legal need.

Sale, Termination, and Business Succession: When a business is sold, or it simply ceases operations, there are legal requirements that must be met. Business owners also should take steps to make sure the business is left in capable hands following retirement or death. Brian will guide you through the legal requirements to transfer your business to the next generation, or work toward successful termination or sale.

Would you like to chat with Brian? 

$249 for Your First Hour [NOTE: fee reduced to $149 for your first hour if you do further business with Brian]For new clients, Brian offers a low-cost initial consultation that can be further discounted if you become an ongoing client. Here is how it works:
 
If you continue to work with Brian, $100 of your initial consultation fee will be applied to future legal work and/or one of Brian's premier consulting packages— this reduces the cost of your initial consultation to just $149 for one hour of vital conversation.
 
Brian also offers various Consulting Programs, including a monthly retainer program for consultations and contract review, as well as hourly consultations and legal work following the initial consultation. These programs are designed to meet most types business legal needs.
 
Call today to discover how Brian can help you.

 

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CONTACT

310-617-8024 brian@briandennislaw.com
433 N. Camden Drive, Suite 600
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4416

  


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