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Considerations When You Purchase a Business

By Larry E. Bray |

If you are interested in buying a business, whether you live in Florida or the business is in the state, you need to contact an experienced and skilled West Palm Beach business attorney as soon as possible. Right now you might simply be on the lookout or you may have an informal agreement with… Read More »

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Can I Run a Business From my Home?

By Larry E. Bray |

The economy is doing fairly well, which means you may be ready to take the risk and start your own business. However, when you are first getting started, you probably do not have the funds to pay for a separate office space. You figure you will start your business out of your home. After… Read More »

Completing Your Due Diligence on a Commercial Real Estate Transaction

By Larry E. Bray |

When you intend to move forward with a commercial real estate purchase, there are many steps you need to complete before you own the property. While many steps are legally necessary, others are simply smart business practices. Performing your due diligence is the best way to ensure you buy a property you truly want… Read More »

How Partnerships Get Started

By Larry E. Bray |

A partnership can mean many things. The term may be used loosely for individuals planning a project together or who work closely within an existing business. However, a partnership can also be a formal business entity. A binding partnership agreement can be entered into by two or more people, corporations, or limited liability companies… Read More »

8 Corporate Formalities to Consider

By Larry E. Bray |

When you research the different legal entities you can choose from to form your business, you are probably overwhelmed with information. Each entity provides a different management structure and unique tax consequences. Some entities offer more flexibility than others in terms of profit sharing. Choosing a legal entity when you are building your business… Read More »

Planning a Smooth Exit From a Partnership at the Beginning

By Larry E. Bray |

When two people form a business, they often imagine a great future. They picture doing well and building their small venture into either a local favorite or a national corporation. Many partnerships do just that, but the future holds limitless possibilities. It is possible that an individual will want to or be forced to… Read More »

Watch for Non-Compete Provisions of Franchise Agreements

By Larry E. Bray |

Think back to the first job you ever held. Whether you were flipping burgers at McDonald’s or busing tables at Red Lobster, you probably learned a number of life lessons in the process, gained some insight into how successful businesses are run, and perhaps developed specific skills that could be applied to a future… Read More »

Attorneys Help Dentists Brace for the Future

By Larry E. Bray |

His name is Paul O’Rourke. He’s a dentist who struggles with the meaning of life, his place in the world, and the pitfalls of social media. Dr. O’Rourke is a fictional character – the conflicted protagonist in the novel To Rise Again At A Decent Hour by Joshua Ferris. But like real-life dentists, he… Read More »

The Ups and Downs of Franchise Ownership

By Larry E. Bray |

Owning and operating your own business is a dream for many Americans. After years of taking orders from someone else, they’re ready to strike out on their own and become their own boss. But as you can imagine, there’s a myriad of legal considerations that come into play. Opening a new business carries considerable… Read More »

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