Haverhill, MA, Business Formation Attorney
At the law office of Dennis M. Spurling, P.C., in Haverhill, we bring over 35 years of experience to businesses and individuals in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. As a former accountant, our attorney understands the financial considerations involved in business formation and business contracts, as well as estate planning and the administration of trusts or probate estates.
An Overview of Our Practice at the Law Office of Dennis M. Spurling, P.C.
Our firm’s philosophy centers on a commitment to a high level of personal service and attention, taking the time to listen carefully to your concerns and to respond promptly to your needs. Contact our office or call us at 978-374-2230 for an appointment with our Haverhill, MA, business formation attorney.
We work with individuals and businesses, providing comprehensive counsel regarding the advantages and disadvantages of different business entities, including partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations and joint ventures. We prepare and file all documentation required to establish your business in compliance with Massachusetts or New Hampshire law, including articles of incorporation or organization, operating agreements, by-laws, and stock purchase or stock restriction agreements. To learn more, see our page on Business Formation.
We negotiate, review and draft a wide range of business contracts, including sales or vendor agreements to employment contracts; licensing or franchise agreements; promissory notes; real estate or business asset purchase agreements; and shareholder contracts. Our clients include a wide range of commercial entities, from small, family-owned businesses to $150 million corporations. We have contacts with law firms in Europe and have handled many multinational commercial contracts. For additional information, visit our Business Contracts page.
We work closely with individuals and families who seek to develop and put in place a plan for the distribution of assets and the care of minor children in the event of death. We help you understand the different strategies available, as well as the tax and financial consequences of each, and prepare all documents necessary to implement your plan, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and health care proxies. See our Estate Planning page for more information.
Probate and Trust Administration
We work with executors, administrators and personal representatives, helping them successfully meet the requirements of the probate court so that they can settle the estate of a loved one. We also advise individuals who have established a trust, or have been appointed as a trustee, making certain that they comply with the laws governing the management and distribution of trust assets. To get more information, go to our page on Probate and Trust Administration.