Britton Law, P.A. - Fayetteville Personal Injury Lawyer
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Fayetteville Business Transactions Attorney

Offering Efficient, Knowledgeable Representation in All Types of Business Transactions

A properly structured business transaction can go a long way to meeting a company's short-term and long-term needs. Before entering into any business transaction, it is crucial to have a lawyer who can anticipate any potential obstacles and develop an appropriate strategy.

John H. Britton's educational and professional background makes him, and Britton Law, P.A., a strong candidate to meet your legal needs. John has represented North Carolina businesses for more than 20 years. He also has an MBA as well as a law degree. There are very few attorneys in the Fayetteville area who can claim these credentials. Further, John is dedicated to forming strong, lasting relationships with clients. This approach has served both our clients and our law firm well.

Our law firm serves both emerging and established organizations in all types of business transactional work, including:

  • Drafting and revising business contracts, non-compete clauses, confidentiality agreements and other business documents
  • Helping with the legal aspects of buying or selling an existing business
  • Filing corporate reports
  • Establishing business entities
  • Dissolving a business or corporation

In any of these or other matters, our Fayetteville business transactions lawyer will work diligently and effectively to accomplish your company's objectives. Our law firm regularly advises and counsels businesses of all sizes and industries. Above all, our law firm is committed to adding value and accomplishing your objectives.

Contact Britton Law, P.A.

Call 910-401-3356 or complete our firm's contact form to schedule a consultation.

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