Practice Area Overview
Atlanta, Georgia, Business Law and Estate Planning Attorney
At the law offices of Price S. Williams, Jr., we provide a wide variety of personalized services to business clients, including assisting them in selecting the choice of organizational entity through which to operate, structuring the ownership and capitalization of such entity, negotiating and preparing business agreements, assisting in the sale and purchase of a business, obtaining financing and funding for business operations, and assisting in business succession or dissolution.
The choice of entity for a business potentially affects every aspect of its operations, so we assist clients in choosing and forming the correct entity, i.e. corporation, partnership, limited partnership, or limited liability company that best serves their business plan. We also advise clients about organizational and operational structuring and capitalization, shareholder rights and agreements, directors’ and officers’ liability, business succession, dissolution, reorganization, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.
We have experience negotiating, drafting and reviewing all types of contracts and leases, whether commercial or private. This includes establishing shareholder agreements and partnerships , as well as resolving disputes. The goal is always to negotiate and define an agreement that achieves the client’s objectives.
We represent commercial clients in all matters and transactions that involve commercial real property, including purchase, sale, finance, development, exchange, construction, lease and management.
Lead attorney Price S. Williams handles a variety of estate planning matters directed toward achieving a client’s desires in the use and distribution of his or her estate in life and at death through planning that considers the future individual recipients, business succession, guardianship, asset protection, tax reduction and insurance. This is accomplished through the utilization of wills, trusts, and other vehicles and entities.
We represent estates in probate which is the legal process by which a person’s debts are paid and assets distributed upon his or her death. Estate administration includes the probate process, as well as the non-probate transfers of the deceased’s assets. Individual state laws control the probate process and state laws and procedures may vary, so it is important to consult a firm with in-depth knowledge in this area of the law to ensure that the deceased’s assets are administered and distributed correctly.
Over 25 years of experience representing clients in a wide range of business issues • Contact Atlanta, Georgia attorney Price S. Williams, Jr. to get the legal representation you need • Call now at 404-685-9007 or contact us by email .