Transactional Practice

Paving the Road Ahead to Success.

Transactional law encompasses the practice of law which involves researching, drafting, and reviewing documents and contracts in a variety of situations such as property sales, business contracts, corporate agreements, and others. Transactional law also includes ensuring compliance with relevant state and federal laws and regulations. 

Our office handles the following in terms of transactional law:

  • Contract Drafting
  • Dispute Negotiations
  • Drafting Business Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure and Non-Competition Agreements
  • Franchise Law
  • Corporate Governance and Formalities
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • UCC-1 and Liens
  • Corporate Veil and Alter Ego Issues
  • Fiduciary Duty Issues
  • Venture Capital
  • Corporate Governance and Formalities
  • Drafting and Filing Corporate Documents
  • Foreign Corporations
  • Business Planning
  • Dissolution
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Fictitious Names
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

While there is overlap between transactional law and other areas of law, transactional law is a creature of its own. An attorney must be constantly up to date on all laws, rules, regulations, and case precedent as it applies to whatever is in front of them, and must have the mental and physical fortitude to review and draft paperwork for hours and days on end. While transactional law lacks the “glory” of litigation, it is arguably in many ways more exhausting and demanding.