Business Services

Business Services

Here at our OC Legal Service, we provide a variety of business services.

Corporate Dissolutions

If you ever decide it’s time to dissolve your Corporation or LLC, you’ll have to file what’s known as “Articles of Dissolution.” OC Legal Service will not only create the necessary paperwork, but we’ll also file it with the appropriate state agency.

Promissory Notes

If you’re lending money to a relative or friend, you’ll want to craft a written agreement. A Promissory Note spells out how and when you are to be paid, and what happens if the borrower doesn’t repay the loan.

A promissory note, sometimes referred to as a note payable, is a legal instrument, in which one party promises in writing to pay a determinate sum of money to the other, either at a fixed or determinable future time or on demand of the payee, under specific terms.

Having a note won’t guarantee you’ll be repaid, but it does help clear up ambiguities and serves as evidence if you ever decide to take the borrower to court.

Buy/Sell Agreements

A buy and sell agreement is a legally binding contract that stipulates how a partner’s share of a business may be reassigned if that partner dies or otherwise leaves the business. Most often, the buy and sell agreement stipulates that the available share be sold to the remaining partners or to the partnership.

The buy and sell agreement is also known as a buy-sell agreement, a buyout agreement, a business will, or a business prenup.

Employee Handbooks

A good employee handbook is the key to a happy and motivated workforce. Many companies struggle with developing a handbook that accurately represents them. So, if you’re stuck in a rut, contact us so that we may assist you with our high quality Employee Handbook and Training.

Partnership Agreements

A Partnership Agreement is a contract between two or more individuals who would like to manage and operate a business together in order to make a profit. Each Partner shares a portion of the partnership’s profits and losses and each Partner is personally liable for the debt and obligations of the Partnership.

If you and your partners don’t spell out your rights and responsibilities in a written partnership agreement, you’ll be ill-equipped to settle conflicts when they arise, and minor misunderstandings may erupt into full-blown disputes. In addition, without a written agreement saying otherwise, your state’s laws will control many aspects of your business.

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