When you create a company, you want the organization to last through the ages. Your business could potentially leave a wonderful legacy for future generations. However, a successful company could create tax issues for your family if not properly structured, and your death or departure from the business could undermine ongoing operations.
Regardless of your business’ size and longevity, establishing a business plan is essential to shield yourself from personal liability, protect company assets, reduce the impact of taxes, avoid conflicts upon your incapacity or death, facilitate the smooth transfer of the business to your successors, and ensure proper operation of your business thereafter.
Helping You Secure Your Business’ Future
Barbara M. Pizzolato, P.A. has helped clients protect their business interests for more than 30 years. We represent startups and established companies, from sole proprietorships to publicly-traded corporations, and assist in all aspects of business planning, including:
- Business entity selection and structuring;
- Company formations and dissolutions;
- Purchases, sales, mergers, acquisitions, restructuring, and reorganizations;
- Buy-sell agreements, voting agreements, or shareholder control agreements;
- Comprehensive tax planning;
- Ownership issues or partnership disputes; and
- Retention planning
Count On Us for All of Your Estate & Legacy Planning Needs
Barbara M. Pizzolato, P.A. is based in Fort Myers, FL and serves clients throughout Southwest Florida communities including Naples, Estero, Bonita Springs, and Cape Coral. In addition to business-planning services, you can count on us for all of your estate planning, trust administration, and legacy planning needs. We provide thorough services customized to your family’s unique needs and situation.
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