Haverhill, Massachusetts, Business Contracts Lawyer
If you own or operate a business, you want an experienced lawyer to advise you regarding all aspects of business contracts, from the negotiation of the basic terms to the preparation and execution of the agreement. You need a business contracts attorney who understands the legal and financial issues involved and who has successfully helped other commercial entities protect their interests when entering into binding agreements.
Over 35 Years of Experience ◊ Business Contracts in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
At the law office of Dennis M. Spurling, P.C., in Haverhill, we bring over 35 years of experience to businesses in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. As a former accountant, our Haverhill, Massachusetts, business contracts lawyer understands the complex financial issues that are often a part of a commercial agreement. Our successful practice is built on a commitment to a high level of personal service and attention, and we take 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.
Our Business and Sales Contracts Practice
We handle all matters related to business contracts, from the negotiation of initial terms to the preparation of the agreement. Because of our experience in and understanding of accounting principles, we will help you structure the deal that makes the most sense financially and which takes into consideration all tax concerns.
We negotiate and prepare a wide range of business agreements, including:
- Sales, supply and vendor contracts
- Franchise agreements
- Licensing contracts
- Stock purchase or stock restriction agreements
- Mortgage and security agreements, as well as promissory notes
- Construction contracts
- Mergers and acquisitions, including asset purchase agreements
- Employment contracts
- Shareholder agreements
- Consulting agreements
We can also put agreements in place that govern the succession of small, closely held businesses, allowing you to pass the business from one generation to the next while minimizing the tax consequences.
We have extensive experience working with companies that have business outside the United States, from Switzerland and the Netherlands to Eastern European countries such as Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic. We work with law firms in Europe to facilitate international business contracts.