Closely Held Business
closely held businesses goes beyond providing expert counsel and shrewdly maneuvering
through a labyrinth of complex laws and statutes.
closely held businesses means working with families. It means working with
individuals not corporations. It means getting to know each of our clients and
offering the attentive, personal service each of them deserve. It means aligning
our representation with each client’s style and business management practices.
And it always means offering our clients the full depth and breadth of services
they require to address their unique corporate and family issues, which are
often delicately intertwined.
chairs of our closely held business group, Patricia M. Annino and Robert P.
Maloney, understand these dynamics, and together have more than 50 years of
experience representing the particular legal, business, and tax needs of
closely held businesses. This expertise allows the firm to skillfully resolve
any issue that may arise, including:
- Formation strategies
- Ownership issues
- Succession and transition planning that
maintains the value of the company and ensures a solid foundation for future
- Employee/employer issues and concerns – which
can be particularly complicated when family members are involved
of our closely held business clients consider Prince Lobel as their general
counsel, because we offer expertise in a wide range of matters, including:
estate purchase, sale, or lease
planning, including family and charitable trusts, living wills, powers of
attorney, and other matters
advice and planning
advice and counsel
structure and strategies
law, including premarital, prenuptial, and post-marital agreements
Lobel attorneys offer boutique firm attention with the depth of expertise and resources
usually found at much larger firms.
more information about how Prince Lobel attorneys can meet your personal or
professional legal and business needs, please contact the chairs of the closely
held business group: