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Mergers & Acquisitions

Our lawyers tailor their services to meet the requirements of the transactions and in doing so ensure that your transaction is handled effectively and efficiently whilst providing you with value for money.

For companies involved in mergers and acquisitions Stone Group Lawyers can provide advice on restructuring for asset protection, business growth and tax purposes, facilitating exit strategies and establishing individual and business structures such as joint ventures, partnerships and trusts. All this is achieved by managing our relationship with you and ensuring that your company’s interests are the primary consideration in everything that we do.

If you have any questions regarding mergers and acquisitions, then call our office on (07) 5635 0180 to claim your free 30 minute consultation with Stone Group Lawyers.

Our Experience

Our team of lawyers offer tailored strategic and tactical corporate law solutions considering employees, plant and equipment, intellectual property, commercial agreements and funding impacts to ensure that the best possible outcome is achieved for your transaction.

Stone Group Lawyers have experience dealing with:

  • Due diligence investigations and reporting for acquisitions;
  • Negotiating terms of commercial contracts;
  • Drafting option agreements for the sale or purchase assets and businesses;
  • Facilitating management buy-outs or buy-ins;
  • Offer document, information memorandum or prospectus drafting; and
  • Liaising with accountants and financial advisors to facilitate business valuations and exit planning.

Free Consultation

At Stone Group Lawyers, we offer all clients for all areas of law a free initial consultation for up to 30 minutes. This consult can be over the phone, Skype or in person.

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