A family-owned business is often a primary source of a family’s wealth and power structure. There are also unique considerations facing family-owned business that must be navigated carefully. The team at Berman Fink Van Horn has deep knowledge and extensive experience with issues family-owned businesses routinely encounter including succession planning and providing security for the transitioning generation.
We are proud to offer our clients the business wisdom and legal experience born from decades of service to multi-generational family businesses and closely held enterprises.
Guiding clients through the unique challenges of family businesses
We routinely advise families on issues with which all businesses are confronted, such as access to debt and equity financing, employment matters, contractual matters, corporate governance, liability issues and mergers and acquisitions. In addition, and perhaps most importantly, we have deep knowledge and experience with issues that are unique to family-owned businesses, including internal and external succession, exit planning and wealth preservation.
Why choose us?
When you entrust us with your family business matter, you can rest assured our team will treat your company like it is our own. The attorneys handling your case will always keep you up to date, consistently communicating with you and collaborating on creative solutions. Our team is nimble, accessible, and ready to act. And while our rates are competitive, our clients receive white glove service from a senior level attorney — every time.
Contact us to learn more or call one of our business attorneys at 404-261-7711.
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Berman Fink Van Horn attorneys represent lead investor in $33 million acquisition of multi-family property
Berman Fink Van Horn attorneys represented the lead investor in the $33 million acquisition of an 823 unit, two building multi-family property in Clayton County, Georgia. The transaction included a capital stack consisting of investor equity, Freddie Mac debt and over $10 million in corporate taxable bonds.Attorneys involved in this case: Ruari J. O’Sullivan