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Business to Business Debt Collection Strategies

By Larry E. Bray |

Every successful business relies on other businesses. This is the only way to keep a business thriving.  Restaurants rely on wholesale food vendors to stock a busy kitchen and a large law firm relies on temporary staffing agencies to staff temporary personnel needed to prepare for a document-heavy trials.  Smart businesses know the importance… Read More »


The Benefits of a Merger & Acquisitions Attorney

By Larry E. Bray |

If you are a small or mid-size business that is interested in merging with or acquiring another business in the area, you need to contact an experienced Florida merger & acquisitions lawyer. It is not enough for you and another business person to discuss the deal and shake on it. There is always a… Read More »


When Business Partners Go Their Own Way

By Larry E. Bray |

Business partners move on from one another for a variety of reasons. If you and your business partner were married and have decided to divorce, it may be necessary for one of you to leave the business. If you or your partner has reached an older age and wishes to retire, you need to… Read More »


Potential Challenges to Contracts

By Larry E. Bray |

Under ideal circumstances, contracts are made with a full understanding of the circumstances and each party’s responsibilities and rights. Yet this is not always the case. There may be issues surrounding the creation of a contract that lead to part or all of it not being fulfilled in the future. Additionally, problems that arise… Read More »


Why You Need an Attorney When Selling Your Business

By Larry E. Bray |

When it comes time for you to sell your business, whether you are headed for a new venture or looking to retire, you need skilled help. While you could try and handle it all on your own, you could lose out on a great deal of money, not structure the deal properly, and leave… Read More »


What You Need to Know About Being a Sole Proprietor

By Larry E. Bray |

You are legally entitled to run a business and make money (or suffer losses) as an individual. This is simply known as a sole proprietorship. You can make products and sell them or offer personal services for a price without forming a separate legal entity like a corporation or limited liability company (LLC). There… Read More »


Understanding the Different Types of Partnerships

By Larry E. Bray |

When considering how to form or grow your business, you may want to look into partnerships. In some cases, a partnership can simply guide a business arrangement and does not offer any particular tax benefit. However, some types of partnerships can be used to obtain a certain financial and legal status, such as limiting… Read More »

Understanding 1031 Property Exchanges

By Larry E. Bray |

The Internal Revenue Code, Section 1031 enables individuals to conduct tax-deferred exchanges of like-kind property. But how exactly this works and the tax consequences depend on the details and circumstances of the exact exchange. A simple swap, such as one piece of commercial real estate for another, allows a taxpayer to defer paying taxes… Read More »

Reasons to Create an Estate Plan

By Larry E. Bray |

An estate plan is a set of documents and steps you take to ensure your property and benefits are transferred to the individuals, businesses, or charities of your choosing. In your estate plan, you determine how your money, property, and other assets are divided and how they are transferred to the intended recipients. You… Read More »

The Basics of an S Corporation

By Larry E. Bray |

When you are thinking of forming your business, you will probably hear about an S corporation and wonder how it differs from any other type of corporation. Unlike an LLC or partnership, an S Corporation is not its own unique type of entity. It is actually a type of tax election a small corporation… Read More »

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