Reno, NV asked in Business Law for Utah

Q: how we can transfer of Chapter 7 Corporations Sole , from one successor to another successor in ligal way need lawyer

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Wesley Winsor
Wesley Winsor
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  • Saint George, UT
  • Licensed in Utah

A: Hello,

In order to transfer ownership of a corporation to another you will transfer shares. The other way to do it is to transfer the assets of the corporation by means of an asset purchase. There are benefits and drawbacks to both ways. I suggest we book a consult to discuss this further.

Let's schedule a meeting. Please click on one of the links below to schedule a time that works best for you on my calendar. You have the option to schedule an in office meeting, video conference with google, zoom, or just a phone consultation. I look forward to meeting with you soon.

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