There is no way to prepare for the life-shattering impact of the sudden and unexpected death of a loved one. When such a nightmare becomes reality, the legal aftermath can be difficult to sort out on your own.
If your loved one left a business behind, complex legal considerations come into play. Foremost among them is whether the business will remain in operation. If the business continues, who will manage its day-to-day affairs? How will the business interests be divided? If the business is dissolved, the proper procedures must be followed in winding up business affairs. Businesses large and small must face these legal hurdles following the owner's death.
How We Can Help · Experience, Dedication, And Insight
At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we walk clients through the numerous legal aspects of dealing with the death of a loved one, including business considerations. Our attorneys provide sensitive legal counsel to help clients determine the next steps.
We have extensive experience navigating these issues. Our dedicated legal team takes a collaborative approach to providing exceptional client service and high-caliber representation. We draw on a wealth of shared insight and knowledge in a broad range of overlapping areas of law, including business law, to thoroughly address our clients' legal needs.
Our attorneys are dedicated to helping clients piece their lives back together following the death of a loved one.
We understand the devastation our clients are facing. Our goal is to alleviate clients' burdens and assist them in making informed decisions on how to proceed.
Comprehensive Legal Guidance
Our lawyers are highly knowledgeable in the multifaceted areas of law affecting business operation, dissolution, and division. We work with all types of businesses in all industries, including:
- Sole proprietorships
- General partnerships
- Limited partnerships and limited liability partnerships
- Limited liability companies
- S corporations and C corporations
- Professional practices
Our clients also benefit from our network of strategic relationships with local business professionals such as accountants, wealth advisers, and tax advisers. In every case, we strive to provide next-level representation.
Free Consultation · Contact Our Denver Business Succession Attorneys Serving Clients Statewide
For experienced legal guidance on dealing with a business after a death in Denver, contact our firm at 303-416-5457. Based in Broomfield, we represent clients throughout Colorado.