Top Haskell Mergers & Acquisitions Lawyers - Texas

Originally established in 1987 in Houston, Texas, the law firm of Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C., has a long history of providing quality, effective legal counsel and support to the residents, businesses and licensed professionals of our state who have legal needs involving any of the following: Business litigation Business law Family law and divorce Health and medical law OSHA certification...

  • Family disputes can be incredibly stressful and emotionally draining. At Fergus & Tomanka, we are here to ease your anxieties and to help give you control back in your life. Practicing law throughout Taylor County and the surrounding areas, we offer a wide variety of family law services, including but not limited to: divorce, asset management and property division, spousal support, child...

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    Devoted to helping you with all of the serious and pressing legal issues affecting your business, your career and other aspects of your personal and professional life, the Law Offices of Robin M. Green in Lubbock, Texas, provides exceptional representation and support to clients with legal needs involving: Business litigation Business and commercial transactions, including commercial real estate...

  • Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Griffith, Jay & Michel, LLP, is a law firm handling general civil practice matters. The firm focuses on litigation, transactional and appellate matters in the following practice areas: business law, family law, business bankruptcy, estate planning and probate administration, business organization and real estate. With more than 100 years of combined legal practice...

  • At the Viviana Cavada Law Office PLLC in Haltom City, Texas, we offer exceptional representation and support in a variety of practice areas to help you meet your legal challenges head on with regards to your finances, your property, your business and your future. Serving clients throughout South Texas, and now Tarrant County and surrounding Fort Worth metro area in North Texas, for more than 20...

Need help with a Mergers and Acquisitions matter?

You've come to the right place.  If you are considering expanding or trimming your business, a mergers & acquisitions lawyer can help.

Mergers & Acquisitions ("M&A") lawyers help strategize, negotiate, and execute transactions where two or more businesses combine into a single new entity (“merger”), or where one business purchases another (“acquisition”).

Use FindLaw to hire a local mergers & acquisitions lawyer to help with friendly or contested acquisitions, spin-offs, or defensive planning.

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  • What are your fees and costs?
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