Helping you navigate through the complex corporate issues that affect your business is critical to your long term success.
Ensuring clarity and careful planning is the basis for sound business agreements. We draft, review and negotiate contracts that best protect your interests and prevent future disputes.
Acquiring a business brings new challenges and new rewards. We work with you to safeguard your interests through the entire process.
Planning and executing foreign business transactions requires keen legal focus. We function as your right hand resource in non-domestic business dealings.
Retirement account planning provides protection from waste, creditor protection and provides continued tax-free growth of your assets to secure you and your family’s future.
Private Business Owners face numerous, intricate decisions throughout their company’s life cycle. We partner with you to provide the stability, security and knowledge you need to strengthen your business.
Trade and service marks can be a valuable asset to a business. Trademark registration is an important step to securing the value of a trade or service mark.
Most business have real estate issues, either as an owner of real estate or a tenant. Reckmeyer Law advises its business clients on all real estate matters.
All business owners should have a succession plan. Estate planning is a part of any succession plan and all business owners should have a well thought-out estate plan in place. As a part of our life cycle representation to our clients, Reckmeyer Law advises clients on estate planning and probate matters.
A person with "standing," typically anyone named in a current or formal will and a person's heirs at law, may challenge a will or non-will transfer of assets. The general basis to challenge a will or non-will transfer include the following:
· The document was not properly executed.
· The person executing the document lacked mental capacity, he or she was mistaken or delusional about who are or should be the natural beneficiaries of their assets.
· The person executing the documents was unduly influenced by another person to make a bequest.
Wills can also be challenged based on the interpretation of a will, and interested persons in an estate may review and contest the estate account.