Veterinary Attorney for Buying, Selling, and Startup of Veterinary Clinics and Hospitals, and Legal Matters for Existing Vet Clinics
Veterinary Lawyers in Maryland and DC
Ready to Buy, Sell, or startup a new Veterinary clinic ? Have you had your legal and corporate documents reviewed recently to make sure your clinic remains compliant?
Our experienced veterinary lawyers in Maryland and DC can negotiate on your behalf and fully represent you to minimize your risks and obtain the best terms possible so you can Practice with Confidence!
The good news for my veterinarian friends and clients is that they are not affected by the significant number of healthcare laws, rules, and regulations that have swept the medical field for the last 25 years or so. Also, the demand for veterinarian clinics has been on the rise as more people are more invested in their furry friends. For the same reason, there are substantial business and career opportunities for veterinarians. Although veterinarians do not have to comply with Stark Law, Anti-Kickback statutes or HIPAA regulations, they are still subject to many legal and financial pitfalls that are presented in commercial transactions.
While you should be excited about starting a new veterinary practice or clinic, you should take the appropriate steps to minimize any potential damage to your personal assets and veterinary practice. Our veterinary lawyers can fully represent you in buying or selling your vet clinic from “A to Z’ including your letter of intent, purchase agreement, and the Closing. If you are starting a new veterinarian practice, I can help you choose and form the proper business entity, whether an LLC, PC, or a partnership. I can help you prepare for various business contingencies through shareholder agreements, operating agreements, and partnership agreements.
Our experienced veterinary lawyers can also represent you in buying-in or buying-out of a veterinary clinic as a shareholder, a member, or a partner, drafting and reviewing associate employment contracts, as well as selling, buying, and leasing commercial office space for your practices.
Veterinary Lawyers for Existing Veterinary Clinic Owners
If you already own a veterinary office, as a veterinary lawyers, we can help you prepare for various business contingencies through shareholder agreements, operating agreements, and partnership agreements. We can also represent you in buying-in or buying-out of a veterinary hospital as a shareholder, a member, or a partner, drafting and reviewing associate employment contracts, as well as selling, buying, and leasing commercial real estate for your Veterinary Clinic.
Kamkari Law – Healthcare Attorney
Veterinary Lawyers in Maryland & DC