BUSINESS SUCCESSION AND ESTATE PLANNING
A Smooth Transition for the Future of Your Business
Responsible Succession Planning for Businesses
If you are the owner of a small business or family business, there may come a time when you have to make a decision about the future of the business. When you decide to retire or move on from the business, will you close the business or keep it going? Will you transfer ownership to another party? If so, how will the transfer be made, and to whom?
At the law firm of Haley Palmersheim, S.C., our business law attorneys advise our clients on business succession and estate planning matters, and work to manage succession issues and set up a smooth transition between current and future owners of the business. Business succession planning can be complicated and involve aspects of business law that can be difficult to resolve. Our lawyers can help you understand business succession and complete the process effectively and efficiently.
For more information regarding estate planning and business succession in Wisconsin, contact a lawyer at Haley Palmersheim, S.C.
Estate Planning for Your Family
Along with our extensive experience in business succession planning, the lawyers at Haley Palmersheim, S.C. also provide estate planning services to individuals and families. Family relationships can be complicated and the law in this area is dynamic and ever-changing. Let our firm help you navigate this complicated field. We provide a range of services, including:
- Drafting wills
- Drafting living and testamentary trusts
- Eliminating or minimizing death taxes
- Estate administration
Planning for the future of your family and your business is important, and our firm can help you create a plan that meets your expectations and protects your best interests. We have helped many clients create and implement effective business succession plans and help families plan and provide for future generations.
Contact Haley Palmersheim, S.C.
Contact us at our Madison, Wisconsin, office by calling (608) 836-6400. Speak with an experienced attorney about your business law or litigation issue.