Often owners are so busy thinking about how to form a business, finance it, run it and grow it that they don’t consider what they will do when they are ready to leave it.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Boston law firm Englander, Leggett & Chicoine P.C. (EL&C) has released a white paper to help small business owners develop exit strategies when they are ready to leave their businesses. Entitled “Exit Strategies for Small Business”, the 12-page white paper provides information on a variety of methods to transfer business ownership. It is available for free download at http://www.elcpc.com.
According to EL&C partner Debra Leggett, author of the white paper, exit strategies are often overlooked by small business owners in their long-range planning. “Often owners are so busy thinking about how to form a business, finance it, run it and grow it that they don’t consider what they will do when they are ready to leave it. My goal was to provide a concise overview of some of the most common options to encourage owners to start thinking about a step that could have an enormous impact upon their futures.”
“Exit Strategies for Small Business” features information on a wide range of business transfer options including arm’s length sales, sales to co-owners, transferring ownership to family members and selling to employees. Attorney Leggett provides brief case histories to illustrate some of the more common means of transferring small business ownership. Additional information is available at http://www.elcpc.com.
About Englander, Leggett & Chicoine, P.C.
Englander, Leggett & Chicoine is a Boston law firm with expertise in business relations, employment law, real estate transactions and land use, appellate litigation, health care and human services, and records management. Partners Edward Englander, Debra Leggett and Denise Chicoine have a long track record of success resolving complex cases and handling sophisticated transactions for clients ranging from public sector organizations, to entrepreneurs, to health and human services organizations. David W. Rosenberg is an Of Counsel member of the firm. His practice focuses on business law, health care law and commercial arbitration. For more information, visit http://www.elcpc.com.