Succession Planning
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Business Succession Planning

Good business strategy has a great beginning and a well timed end. Often, business owners think little about the end of their business and consequently do little planning. Many times, this lack of planning can result in unnecessary taxes, risk of loss of ownership, and other significant ramifications. Planning the succession of your business is critical to your and tomorrow.

Business succession planning involves a significant amount of planning and specific legal documents to help achieve the goals of the owner(s). In many cases, succession planning is part of a larger estate planning strategy. An experienced business law attorney can help avoid disputes among co-owners and family members when the time comes to transition the ownership of a business.

Most succession plans include:

Attorney Chris Cox is a small business owner himself and therefore understands the intricate nuances of such a business. His expertise and almost 30 years of legal experience will make planning for your future a painless experience. His estate planning expertise will ensure you take full advantage of the succession planning tools available.

We use intelligent and effective strategies to achieve your short and long term goals. We accept credit cards for your convenience. Contact our St Louis law firm today to schedule an appointment to learn how our legal expertise can help you acheive your goals. Attorney Chris Cox is conveniently located in Chesterfield, Missouri. Call us at 314.727.0163 or contact us online.


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