Business And Corporate Law

Owning and operating a business presents many challenges. Our firm's business and corporate practice group has the tools and expertise to help you implement each phase of your business plan from formation to eventual sale, merger or dissolution.

We have substantial experience drafting organizational documents for a wide variety of business entities, including corporations, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited liability companies and business trusts. Our team is often consulted in the pre-formation planning discussions of entrepreneurs to assist in selecting the appropriate entity for the planned business. The selection process includes such factors as potential liability and tax exposure, management structure and ability to raise capital, as well as long-term strategy and vision.

Once your business is up and running, we can provide general advice and counsel as you adapt and grow in the marketplace. We also provide assistance in the governance and general upkeep or "housekeeping" for your entity. Additionally, we regularly assist our clients in the preparation of annual filings required by the secretary of state, and other documents that are required to track changes throughout an entity's lifetime.

When your business requires change, we are ready to help. We can assist you in acquiring another entity, merging with another entity or planning an exit strategy after a successful career. Our attorneys and staff are well-acquainted with the challenges faced by business owners and are ready, willing and able to provide competent, results-oriented and expedient counsel on a cost-effective basis. We are committed to working with you and your stakeholders in fulfilling your business needs and long-term vision.

Knowledge. Experience. Judgment.

Buckner, Robinson & Mirkovich has been serving property owners and business owners in Southern California for four decades. Our highest priority is translating complex legal documents into plain English so that our clients can make informed decisions that will affect the future of their businesses.

To see how our lawyers may assist you, contact us online or call us at 714-432-0990 to schedule an initial consultation in our Costa Mesa, California, office.