Sadly, numerous MOCs don't have great insight when it includes a buy-sell agreement (BSA). The benefit of a BSA, it has guidelines for the proprietors in regards to how possession interests can be moved or sold among themselves or to an outsider, with or without the proprietor's assent. Your BSA will step in when somebody attempts to make a deal to an outsider, if a proprietor or partner is given up for poor business rehearses or different circumstances and when a proprietor's close to home issues disrupt everything, making hurt a numerous proprietor company (MOC) including divorce, chapter 11, demise or different circumstances.
There are numerous new MOCs that have connected with us searching for a lawyer to fix issues between proprietors. They were never encouraged to have a BSA set up and now they will pay significantly more to determine questions among the proprietors that could truly undermine the activity of their business.
Great counsel is profoundly prescribed to guarantee proprietors have a decent BSA to address any of the issues previously referenced just as numerous different issues that are unexpected including the exchange or clearance of a possession intrigue. A buy-sell agreement will help control any disturbances inside your business and will address gives that are causing struggle among the proprietors including the clearance of a proprietor's advantage. If you don't have a buy-sell agreement for your MOC, you could confront the case and burn through a large number of dollars. For just $1,000, you can have a brilliant BSA set up to shield you from numerous issues including the most well-known which is selling an owner’s interest.
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Let's be honest, every one of your ventures assumes a significant job in your budgetary arranging. It's extremely significant that you counsel with a money related organizer and check whether a BSA (buy-sell agreement) is required for your budgetary arranging.
A buy-sell agreement can secure your speculations against outsiders or partners that could hurt the estimation of your proprietorship interests in the company. Our law office can assemble a BSA draft to ensure your ventures and that of your partners. For a low expense of $1,000, we will make a BSA that works for your money related speculations.
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Contracts That Are Not Right:
There is not a business owner out there that has not dealt with contracts from customers, employees, suppliers, or elsewhere. As a business owner, you should be able to set the terms by using your own contracts. Unfortunately, the wording or language in contracts might seem like something you understand about in a legal sense, you are a fish out of water. This is why it's really critical you have a lawyer that will read over the contract and make sure you understand it before you sign it. In many cases, they can also advise whether they think you should sign this contract or not.
Protecting Your Financial Information:
It really is imperative that you protect your financial information at all costs. Your business must be protected from customers, employees, and even outside sources. If an employee were to get their hands on your financial information they could turn around and give it to your competitor. If there is a past employee who is holding a grudge, they could do unbelievable damage to your business if they get their hands on your financial information. First and foremost, have a plan of action to protect your business and its finances.
Errors In Employee Payments:
You might make a mistake deducting money from a cashier's pay due to a shortage in the cash drawer and then discover it was a miscalculation. Are your employees paying for the uniforms? Are you taking out the right amount or too much? Other issues include the mishandling of tips and tip credit or the right amount for overtime.
Many owners are too busy to keep up with labor and wage laws so you should have someone on your staff who is an accountant. They will deal with the laws as well as any issues that might crop up.
The Old-Fashioned Handshake:
There was a time that a handshake between two people was as good as a contract. In this day and age, that's just not the case anymore. Today's world is almost completely electronic so two people working on a deal might not ever meet each other, let alone share a handshake. First impressions are also drifting away. Therefore, always get something in writing and make sure both parties agree with the plan and sign it! What if you worked out a partnership deal but then the partnership falls apart, who owns what, regarding the business?
Always Have Insurance Protection:
At some point in time, there are going to be insurance claims and you need to be prepared for them. Believe it or not, there are business owners who have really poor insurance or, in some cases, No Insurance! Things happen and business owners must have good insurance policies that are not loaded with loopholes that could prevent you from collecting the rightful amount of money for damages. If you have a friend who is a reputable insurance agent, have them look over your policy or talk with an attorney. This is your business, so treat it with respect.
Yoel “Mo” Molina, I am a lifelong resident of Miami, Fl. I am a graduate of Miami Senior High, Class of 1992, Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. 1997 and University of Maine School of Law, J.D. 2001. I have been practicing law in Miami Since 2001. I am a former training prosecutor in the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. I have experience in jury trials, appeals, and administrative hearings. I have appeared before judges across the State. My experience ranges from civil litigation matters, collection matters, foreclosure, business and corporate, contracts, real estate, leases and employment matters..
"Mr. Molina has always been there for us with timely, reliable and competent advice. He is an important and valuable part of our team." Corporate Client Eric Delgado, President of American International Export, Inc., a worldwide importer and exporter of brand name appliance parts.
"Yoel has been responsive and attentive to our company’s best interests and needs. He has been a valuable resource to our company. Any company that enlists his services would be in good hands-- including our own clients.” Corporate Client Gibran Flynn - Co-Owner and Founder of Eleva Solutions, Inc., the South Florida leader of outsourced HR, Staffing, Training, and Loss Prevention.
"My name is Anastasia Yecke Gude and I am the owner of Healing Hands Therapeutic Massage LLC. In the process of my company’s growth and expansion, I suddenly found myself a few weeks ago in need of a 1099 contractor agreement, and I needed it ASAP. As in, the very next day! I contacted the Law Office of Yoel Molina and his assistant put me in touch with Mo. I sent him what I had drafted up and he replied within a few hours with suggested revisions and clarifications, as well as a few insights I had not even considered. I was thoroughly impressed by the quality of work he provided, especially considering the time crunch I put him in (sorry, Mo!). I definitely recommend his services to anyone in need of a good contract attorney, and I will be calling him again for future work…hopefully in less of a rush next time!"