As a small business owner and business lawyer at Dalton & Tomich, PLC, I can attest that owning and running a small business is not for the faint at heart. Selling one isn’t either.
Selling a small business is not something one can do on the open market, so finding an interested buyer is half the battle. The other half is closing the sale; and without proper counsel, it can be a real challenge.
Here are seven things to consider as you prepare to put your business on the market:
Once the deal closes, you can think about what’s next and what to do with your newfound liquidity, and free time. Please contact me if you are considering selling your small business.
The business and employment attorneys of Dalton & Tomich take your business just as seriously as you do. Lead attorney Zana Tomich is trusted by closely held family businesses and others across Michigan as an invaluable partner and counselor. We guarantee all your calls and emails will be returned within one business day so you can focus on what you do best: running your business.
Having worked with Zana for 10 years, I can attest to her professionalism, her pragmatism, and most importantly, her integrity. I always get sound, thoughtful advice and guidance. From routine filings & updates to the highly unexpected, Zana’s there to help, always responding quickly and […]Read More
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