Wise Legal Counsel for Business and Corporate Transactions
Make Informed Business Decisions With Our Help
The Law Offices of Mark S. Knutson can provide you with the experienced and timely legal counsel that can be necessary to making
informed, sound business decisions. We assist owners and stakeholders of privately-held companies and businesses with the once-in-a-lifetime purchasing and selling decisions and the day-to-day operational matters that can affect the company’s legal liability.
Our goal is to provide you with responsive counsel and representation that gives you the tools you need to run your business successfully and securely.
From business formation to succession planning and everything in between, our firm can assist you with negotiating and drafting commercial agreements, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate planning.
When our clients are looking for fast, accurate legal advice from an advisor they trust, we are there to assist them with the transactions and problem solving they seek.
Business and Corporate Law Services
Entity / corporate selection and formation
Negotiating and drafting acquisition documents
Stock purchase agreements
Asset purchase agreements
Commercial contracts and leases
Business succession planning
Call us at 262-785-9000 for business and corporate planning.
If you have a busy schedule, evening and weekend hours are available on request.
About Our Firm
The Law Offices of Mark S. Knutson is a full-service law firm located in Brookfield, WI. Led by Attorney Mark Knutson, our experienced legal team represents clients in the areas of family law, divorce, probate, estate planning, business and corporate, civil litigation, and real estate while maintaining the highest standards of ethics and professionalism.
We serve Southeastern Wisconsin including
the counties of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, and Dodge.
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