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Eileen McMinn is a North Carolina business law attorney. She assists Asheville and Western North Carolina business owners in negotiating and drafting legally sound agreements and operational documents. Depending on the type of corporate entity you elect, these documents may include:

  • Partnership Agreements
  • Operating Agreements
  • Corporate Bylaws
  • Stockholder Agreements
  • Stock Certificates and Ledgers

Operating, shareholder, partnership, and member agreements are important to maintain the integrity of your business, to provide for the transfer and purchase of interests upon death or separation from the business, and to resolve conflicts that may arise. When a company employs clearly written agreements, its partners and shareholders have less worry about understanding and meeting their business obligations, and avoiding unnecessary disputes.

North Carolina Statutes provide a set of regulations for each type of entity. Well crafted operating agreements ensure your company continues to function in accordance with your intent without defaulting to the State’s minimum operational requirements.

Recent Business Law Articles:

  1. What is a Shareholder Agreement

    A Shareholders Agreement is a way of anticipating potentially divisive issues that may arise among shareholders and working out ways to resolve them before differences of opinion turn into arguments and escalate into tensions that impact your business. A Shareholder’s Agreement can outline the governance and capital structure of the...