Practice Area

Business Succession Planning

We provide innovation solutions to help businesses transition to new leadership.

For owners of closely held businesses, the focus is often on the day to day logistics of running the business.  However, to preserve the investment of time, money and pride in that business, business owners should not neglect planning for the transition that will occur after the death or departure of the owner.  When it comes time to plan the transition of your business, we can provide innovative solutions.

Young Moore attorneys have extensive experience advising clients in matters related to business succession planning.  Whether the plan is to transfer the business to a family member, a key employee, a third party, or to take the business public, we help clients evaluate opportunities, structure transfers, and utilize tax-efficient techniques to accomplish succession objectives.  We also counsel business owners on strategies to maintain family harmony when some family members are more involved in the business than others.

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