Texas Reorganization Transactions Attorney
Business and financial circumstances often mandate the reorganization of a business, altering the structure of a corporation or other business entity to be more financially viable. At my Austin, Texas, law firm, I assist my clients in business reorganization and restructure companies to meet the needs of the business and of its owners.
On occasion, reorganization transactions are used to separate multiple businesses into separate legal entities. Sometimes they are used to separate owners into ownership of separate companies, as well. I have handled this type of transaction.
As an experienced attorney and certified public accountant (CPA), I have the experience necessary to help clients achieve the best possible results in reorganization transactions, be they split-offs, spin-offs or other types of transactions.
Experienced and Accessible
When you hire me, you can trust that you will have a one-on-one relationship with your attorney. I often give my clients my cell phone number and urge them to call me if the need arises at any time — even evenings and weekends. Unlike many other lawyers, I am truly available 24/7/365 to handle business reorganizations and a broad spectrum of other business transactions.
Over the course of my career, I have structured and closed transactions worth tens of millions of dollars. I have served as an expert witness in corporate law and tax law. The quality of my work has been well recognized by my clients, and I have received the AV rating* under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review system. Also a licensed CPA, I worked as an accountant for Price Waterhouse for a couple of years prior to attending law school at the University of Texas.
For information regarding a business reorganization, call 512.457.1177 or reach me online to speak with me, Attorney John McDuff, about your need for a reorganization.
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