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Flynn Law Office, PLC
Practicing Transactional Law In Iowa Since 2000

Business And Commercial Transactions

Attorney Scott Flynn of Flynn Law Office, PLC, represents businesses in Washington and Keokuk counties. For nearly 20 years, Scott has provided sound advice and reliable business law assistance to business owners throughout the Iowa City area.

Starting A Business In Iowa

Business owners know they need trustworthy legal advice throughout the life of their company. This starts at the entity formation stage. Scott goes over the owner's business plan and tailors his advice on formation options accordingly. For some, forming a limited liability company (LLC) makes the most sense. In other cases, a sole proprietorship or partnership is the best way to go. There are several options but Scott will explain the advantages and disadvantages of each in plain English. He helps ensure that the owner's home and personal assets are protected from business debts and liabilities.

Acquisitions And Transactions

Many business owners choose to acquire an existing company, sometimes to merge with their own company. Acquisitions can be complicated, and it is important to be well-prepared at every step. Scott Flynn has practiced commercial law since 2000. He is prepared to assist in all business sales and acquisition negotiations, and can advise clients on both corporate and tax considerations of these transactions.

It is common for business owners to pass on their firms to their children. Scott has helped numerous people set up their estate plan to keep their businesses in the family, with a minimal tax impact.

Speak To A Business Lawyer

Please call 800-655-7165 to schedule an appointment with Scott Flynn. Alternatively, he can be reached via the Contact page. Flynn Law Office, PLC, is located in Keota, Iowa.

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