Corporate Transactional Lawyer in Miami and Fort Lauderdale

In any transaction, from business formation to business dissolution to entry into a contract, it is important to have legal representation to provide insight into legal issues that need to be addressed before you enter into any sort of business transaction.

Tables Law Group is available to represent your interests in a variety of different business transactions. With offices located in Broward and Miami-Dade County, Florida, we represent businesses throughout the south Florida area.

Business and commercial law are broad legal topics that encompass business, commerce, consumer transactions, the formation and management of business entities, acquisitions and mergers, employment issues, contracts and finance. Some of the more important areas of commercial law include sales, secured transactions, negotiable instruments, and debtor and creditor law. Business law overlaps, but also includes the formation and management of business entities. The four major business organization forms include: (1) the partnership, (2) the limited liability company, (3) the corporation, and (4) the sole proprietorship. Each has advantages and disadvantages, but when choosing the correct form for your business the core focus should be on personal liability and tax implications.

The Firm regularly represents its client in the drafting of the following corporate documents:

  • Banking Transactions
  • The purchase and or sale of a business
  • Management Agreements
  • Supply Agreements
  • Employment Agreements (including Non-Compete Agreements)
  • Operating Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Formations of Business (S and C Corporation, Limited Liability Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies).

To purchase a business, sell a business, or to protect your business from future liability, we will help you conduct due diligence to investigate and examine the terms of a transaction before you sign it. We will alert you to any possible problems that lie ahead when reviewing transactional documents. We will also continue to work with you to deal with post-transactional issues should they arrive after finalizing your transaction.

Our goal is to actively protect your best interests whether you are a buyer or a seller. It is extremely important to have a qualified corporate transactional attorney review your agreement so that it accurately reflects your expectations and provides protections that can help minimize your risk.

We are dedicated to providing outstanding service to our clients.