At PEARSON BUTLER Law, our Utah business attorneys have over 100 years combined experience working with businesses.  During that time, we have assisted with thousands of business transactions.  Our legal team has represented and continues to represent countless business owners.

There are many important legal matters relating to forming, operating, transferring, and dissolving a business.  There are also important legal matters relating to taxes, financing, and commercial transactions.  The manner in which these issues are handled can have a dramatic effect on businesses and their owners.  Exit planning, insurance, contracts and countless other legal issues can affect your business life.

We assist with writing operating agreements, setting up corporate structures and business entity formation,  acquisitions, negotiating tax matters, reviewing and authoring business contracts, and divestitures, and Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings.

Contact one of our Utah business attorney team members for any of the following matters:

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Feel free to call our office at (801) 495-4104 to schedule a consultation.  With offices in South Jordan, Bountiful, and Richfield, meet with our Utah business lawyers at a time and place convenient for you.

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