Minnesota Business Formation Attorneys
When a corporation has two or more shareholders, it is important to have a shareholders' agreement drafted in order to outline each shareholder's responsibilities to one another. A shareholder agreement can be the key to the successful operation of a business. It is a private contract between shareholders that can remain confidential, allowing the ability to insert terms that shareholders would prefer to not be accessed by third parties.
At the law firm of Burns & Hansen, P.A., our Minnesota business law attorneys provide comprehensive counsel and representation for every facet of operations, including the drafting of shareholder agreements and other agreements during the formation process. We help our clients figure out how to achieve their goals in a creative and cost-effective manner.
Minneapolis Shareholder Agreement Lawyers
A shareholders' agreement should outline many aspects of your business, including:
- Nature and amount of initial contribution of capital funds to the business
- Method by which future contributions of capital are made
- Non-competition terms
- Stock valuation formulas
- Buy-out terms and conditions
- Governing law of shareholders' disputes
- Ownership and voting rights of the shares
- Manner of control and management of the business, such as method for electing directors
Given how important a shareholders' agreement is to the day-to-day operations of a corporation, it is important to prepare the agreement promptly after filing a corporation and should be done correctly with the help of an experienced lawyer.
Contact Burns & Hansen, P.A. by e-mail or call us at 952-232-5991 or toll free at 866-291-4854 to learn more about shareholder agreements in Minnesota. We extend a free initial discussion and return calls promptly.