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When Something Happens: What to think about when drafting a buy-sell agreement for a business
Frederic J. Marx
Many conversations about buy-sell agreements begin the same way. They begin when partners tell their attorney that they want an agreement for the company to buy back stock, as some describe it, in case something happens.
This is a great opportunity to stop and take a step back. That's because a thorough, well-planned buy-sell agreement is a smart investment for any business. If you take the time to identify and discuss the full range of buy-sell issues, the result will be an agreement more tailored and responsive to their needs...and one less likely to see them end up in court. Read this article to learn more.
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