Business Contract and Transactions Attorneys In St. George
Since 1986, Snow Jensen & Reece, P.C., has grown to become the largest locally owned and headquartered firm in southern Utah. From our locations in St. George, Cedar City and Kanab, we serve businesses throughout Utah and we also have attorneys licensed in Nevada.
With You Every Step Of The Way
Regardless of the stage of business, our business attorneys can guide you through any business transaction with success. Our transactional services include:
- Business entity formation (corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited partnerships or family limited partnerships (FLPs))
- Employee contracts and restrictive covenants
- Shareholder, partnership or operating agreements
- Corporate governance
- Contracts with suppliers
- Tax planning
- Real estate contracts and options
- Commercial leases
- Commercial contracting
- CCRs for real estate development (covenants, conditions and restrictions)
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Promissory notes and other financial documents
- Business and asset sales/purchases
We can also assist with industry-specific concerns, including those related to technology, banking, construction and development, and telecommunication.
Business and LLC Formation Lawyers Serving Cedar City
At the inception of your business, our attorneys can provide advice and guidance for selecting and forming the appropriate legal entity. In addition, we can assist you with making certain tax elections with regard to your business that will provide you the most tax benefits.
For existing business owners, our St. George business contract attorneys have the expertise and experience to help implement necessary documentation for employees, independent contractors and customers. In addition, we have assisted businesses with multiple partners in formulating a viable business succession plan, drafting buy-sell agreements, joinder agreements and other documents to facilitate continuous change that affects a business’s management and ownership structure. And when the time comes to transition or when opportunities for new ventures arise, allow our business law attorneys to assist you with selling or purchasing a new business.