Mergers & Acquisitions
Every business venture carries with it some element of risk, and expanding your business can be the greatest risk at all. When you acquire another business or merge with an existing company, everything is on the line. Business owners involved in M&A need a strong legal team to make sure all their affairs are in order and to help them secure the best deal possible.
Whether you employ one person or a thousand, you will want the team of business lawyers of Raffaele Puppio to assist you in the process of your merger or acquisition in Delaware County, greater Philadelphia, or beyond. We will help you understand all aspects of your merger or acquisition, including tax liability and risk assessment. We will help you secure any licenses or meet any regulations you might need and the financing you require to complete the transaction.
If you’re selling your business, we will work to ensure that you get the best deal from the most reliable buyer and see that the transaction goes quickly and smoothly for all parties. No business is too big or too small for our experienced Delaware County business attorneys to handle; we always have your best interests in mind, tailoring our approach to best meet your goals.
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