Mergers And Acquisitions Attorney

Mergers and acquisitions are complicated endeavors that can expose involved parties to significant risk and liability. If you are involved in a merger or acquisition in California, a knowledgeable attorney can guide you through all of the necessary steps, protecting your rights and interests along the way. At the Law Office of Drew Petersen, I represent buyers and sellers involved in mergers and acquisitions in Orange County and throughout Southern California. I am here to help you close this transaction efficiently and without any unnecessary delay or expense.

Anticipating And Solving Problems

Before you sell or acquire a business or assets there are many factors that must be addressed before you sign anything. Key considerations before engaging in a merger or acquisition include:

  • Is the contract clear, free from ambiguity and unfavorable clauses?
  • Has the seller fulfilled all of its disclosure obligations?
  • Is the buyer aware of potential risk or liability that will come with ownership?

In handling mergers and acquisitions, I apply foresight to help my clients anticipate future problems that may affect their decisions today.

Creative Problem-Solving

Creative contract writing can foster agreement between buyers and sellers, even when it seems they are too far apart to strike a deal. I have significant experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating business contracts, and can help you find creative solutions to your legal problems.

Knowledgeable Guidance For Buyers And Sellers Of Businesses

I can guide you through all of the steps of buying or selling a business in California. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 714-569-0043 to arrange a free initial consultation with a knowledgeable business lawyer.

Schedule Your FREE Initial Consultation Today

To discuss your case with a knowledgeable lawyer, fill out the form below. I offer free initial consultations and accept all major credit cards.

  • Disclaimer: The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.