NORTH CAROLINA PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PLANNING ATTORNEYS
Serving Dentists, Doctors, and Other Professionals
A professional’s work can be richly rewarding, but professionals also face challenges and risks. Putting a plan in place for your practice, especially as a dentist, doctor, or veterinarian, is vital. The North Carolina Professional Practice Planning Attorneys at NC Planning can provide the legal guidance that you need.
A professional practice plan is a roadmap for the future that puts your practice on a firm foundation. A planning attorney at NC Planning will seek to understand your practice, assess your circumstances, recommend the best planning options, and help you to implement your plan.
Why Choose NC Planning?
At NC PLanning, our experienced professional practice attorneys strive to provide our clients with the most thorough and comprehensive suite of legal services possible. These include but are not limited to:
- Practice Acquisition and Mergers
- Succession Planning
- Multi-Practice Advising
- Asset Protection
- Operating Agreements
- Employment Matters
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How Can a Professional Practices Planning Attorney Help?
- Long-Term Approach: Our attorneys focus on providing you with comprehensive legal services throughout the entirety of your career. From the startup phase to retirement, we will provide the legal support and guidance that you need.
- Proactive Service: We take a proactive approach to legal advising, remaining ahead of the latest developments in North Carolina and federal law to help you mitigate risk wherever possible.
- Comprehensive Corporate Counsel: Important business decisions can feel stressful and isolating when you have to navigate them alone. Our attorneys provide corporate counsel to aid you in decisions pertaining to practice sales, acquisitions, and mergers to ensure your best interest is protected.
WHAT SHOULD YOU KNOW WHEN BUYING A PRACTICE?
If you purchase an existing practice, while it may be more convenient and less risky than launching your own startup, you must conduct due diligence to learn more about the business. You need to know:
- What is the financial condition and history of the practice?
- Has the practice been sued? Are there claims pending?
- Who are the patients? Who is the competition?
The right practice acquisitions lawyer can help you uncover and gather the details you need for an informed decision. We assist buyers with research, due diligence, permits, licensing, and more while helping them negotiate the best possible transaction terms.Schedule Consultation