There are many legal and non-legal considerations when starting a practice. Whether that is early or later in your career, we assist with all aspects of the related legal considerations. This typically includes, at a minimum, entity selection, tax elections, partnership or membership agreements, and employment considerations for staffing. In addition, we act as a resource for you, where needed, to connect you with other specialized professionals within dental, including insurance providers, lenders, real estate specialists, and dental equipment and supply companies as may be necessary to ensure a successful start.
Nearly every dentist will reach a point in their career when they consider or need to complete a practice sale or purchase. If you are starting a practice, we look forward to working with you as you grow your business. If you are selling your practice, we want to ensure a smooth exit. We have a depth of experience in asset and stock/membership interest sale and purchase transactions. Of key importance is to ensure that the business terms are fair and supportable as well as protecting your respective legal risks. We take a balanced approach and work to efficiently and proactively move your transaction to a closing.
Every practice has real estate to manage. We seek to not only protect dentists contractually but also ensure that the business terms of the transaction are fair and reasonable in the market. In many cases, this means addressing minutia that, at first glance may not seem relevant, but can save thousands of dollars at a closing, in the event of a dispute, or over the life of a lease. We actively strive to continually evaluate our client’s real estate needs and future plans and collaboratively plan to ensure negotiations target those goals.