Four Problems That Can Arise from a Merger

business mergerA business merger can be an exceptional opportunity for any company looking to expand its market presence and its profits. And while it is true that a merger can offer many benefits, it can also come with many potential problems for the unwary. Here are just a few potential problems to watch out for when it comes to mergers. Continue reading “Four Problems That Can Arise from a Merger”

What is a Business Merger?

MergerBusiness is often seen as an adversarial activity, one where everyone competes for a slice of the economic pie. But sometimes you don’t want to beat the competition, you want to join them. Or, at the very least, you want to acquire their assets and resources to increase your own company’s growth potential. That’s when you start looking at the possibility of a merger. Continue reading “What is a Business Merger?”

Breaking Up a Business is Hard to Do

Business BreakupStarting your own business can be difficult and stressful, and running that business can be even more so. However, breaking up a business and wrapping up its affairs can be difficult in its own way, if you’re not appropriately prepared. However, how hard it is can depend on how your business is organized, and how many other people own the company you’re trying to break up. Continue reading “Breaking Up a Business is Hard to Do”

When is it Time for a Business Divorce?

investigation into blog techPerhaps you’ve been with your business partner for a long time. It’s been years, maybe decades, and for a while, it was working out fine. However, over time you’ve found yourselves growing apart, spending less time together or fighting more frequently than you once did. Even if you still get along just fine otherwise, it might be time to consider a business divorce, for both the sake of your business and for your own sake. Continue reading “When is it Time for a Business Divorce?”

Estate Planning Considerations for Digital Assets

estate planning lawyer Long IslandThese days, with everything from email to banking accounts to home utilities available online, it can feel like the world is literally at your fingertips. People often gravitate towards online accounts for their accessibility and convenience. However, many individuals often fail to account for their online assets in their estate plans, leaving their heirs unable to access and benefit from them. It is crucial for those who are looking to create an estate plan for the first time to specify any digital assets they own and how to access them within the estate planning documents. For those with an existing estate plan, it is essential that the estate plan is updated regularly as new digital assets are acquired. Continue reading “Estate Planning Considerations for Digital Assets”