Buy Sell Agreements are also called shareholder agreements, shareholder restriction agreements, and are sometimes simply provisions of an operating agreement of an LLC. A buy sell agreement is akin to a pre-nuptial agreement between business owners. What it does is set out the parameters of […]Read More
As a small business owner and business lawyer at Dalton & Tomich, PLC, I can attest that owning and running a small business is not for the faint at heart. Selling one isn’t either. Selling a small business is not something one can do on […]Read More
Business documents matter! Do you have all of the documents you should and have they been updated in the last three years? Detroit business attorney Zana Tomich discusses the importance of all of the following in this video: Articles of Incorporation or Organization Bylaws Operating […]Read More
Every family business needs a succession plan. Why? As Detroit-based business attorney Zana Tomich explains in this video, the succession plan is crucial to a family business’ ability to succeed in the future and thrive beyond the current generation. Overlooking the succession plan is one […]Read More
? Does your business need a Buy Sell Agreement? Unless it is a sole proprietorship, yes, you do need a Buy Sell Agreement. As Detroit-based business attorney Zana Tomich explains in this video, the Buy Sell Agreement is vital to protect the interests of business […]Read More
The number one lease negotiation issue Detroit-based business attorney Zana Tomich sees clients run into is the lease letter of intent or LOI. It can be just as important as the lease itself and often dictates the terms of the lease. As Zana explains in […]Read More
? If you’re interested in selling a Detroit small business or a closely held operation based elsewhere in Michigan, you know that it’s not something you can do on the open market. Finding an interested buyer for your small business is half the battle. The […]Read More
With Detroit serving as a border crossing into Canada, I receive a lot of inquiries from persons out of the country trying to do business in the U.S., and specifically in Michigan. The first question that arises is whether a Canadian (or a foreign national/non-citizen) […]Read More
I represent dozens of small and family businesses and one of the things that I see family businesses overlook is a succession plan. That is how can the company prepare for the future and live beyond the current generation. What happens when someone retires? What if […]Read More
In advising hundreds of closely held companies over the years, one of the things I often recommend to clients is a corporate clean up. What’s a corporate cleanup? It’s a term used to describe the process of taking a deep dive into a company’s organization […]Read More
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