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Dedicated and experienced counselors guiding and supporting you throughout the life of your business, from initial acquisition, to operation and growth of the business, to the eventual divestiture

The experienced corporate attorneys at The Strong Firm P.C. welcome the opportunity to serve as your legal advisors in the complicated process of acquiring, selling, operating, merging, or restructuring your business or entity. Whether via the sale, issuance, transfer or purchase of equity (through stock, membership interests, or partnership interests), the purchase or sale of assets, or the merging with other organizations, our business attorneys are ready to assist you.

Our firm provides comprehensive legal analysis and direction on all types of corporate transactions in and around The Woodlands area, as well as representing clients in large national and international business deals, including:

  • Managing and closing complex corporate transactions
  • Negotiating and implementing of a variety of debt and equity structures;
  • Crafting and effectuating asset and equity purchase and sale agreements, with a focus on protecting our clients through solid indemnification provisions and representations and warranties;
  • Negotiating and drafting ancillary corporate transactional documents, including:
    • Bills of sale and assignments
    • Employment agreements
    • Consulting agreements
    • Non-compete agreements
    • Non-disclosure agreements
    • Earn-out agreements
    • Holdback and Escrow agreements
    • Transition agreements
    • Licensing agreements


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