Your business is meaningful.
Your business provides support for the people you love and for the people it serves. You want to see it continue to provide that support beyond your lifetime. Your legacy includes the work you do and how it supports your family, for many generations.
You aren’t in business simply for the money, but for the impact you are leaving in the world.
You want to do things the right way and know that everything has been taken care of, without you being the one to do it all.
You appreciate guidance from a trusted advisor who gets it.
We know that as an entrepreneur, your legacy may be the most significant issue you think about when it comes to what matters most to you – your family and your work in the world.
After you are gone or in the event of your incapacity, your loved ones, family, business partner, clients, vendors, and others will miss you deeply. Your business needs to be able to go on to support them.
You will either leave them with a legacy that is meaningful, easy to manage or cash out, and keep supporting them – or you will leave them with a big mess to deal with.
Time and time again, this issue is overlooked by business owners and business lawyers serving their business owner clients.
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