Shareholder Agreements

Bylaws are the means by which a business will govern itself, however, there are times when separate shareholders agreements are necessary, particularly during formation. These agreements are often necessary when one party is putting up a majority of the capital or the incorporators wish to restrict the sale of stock to third parties. Most LLC's include these types of agreements, and such agreements are typical to second-round financing efforts. When your organization needs this type of agreement, we can draft one for you that will try to reach the interests of the business in serving the needs of shareholders, while supporting the overall goals of your enterprise.