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Transactional Law
  • Certified Specialist, Business Bankruptcy, American Board of Certification 1
  • Certified Specialist, Bankruptcy Law, Arizona Board of Legal Specializaton 1, 2
Randy Nussbaum 1, Dean M. Dinner 2

Written Details are Critical in All Transactions

The law governing transactions between businesses and/or individuals is known as transactional law. Transactions can range from simple sales agreements to complex arrangements, and can require review, drafting, negotiation, as well as counseling and advice from experienced lawyers. Many transactions require continued support and updating to reflect the continued relationship between the parties. Extensive document drafting and negotiation assistance to clients is a large facet of transactional law.

NGD attorneys help you manage the planning, negotiating, and drafting of all necessary business transactions so you can securely move forward with your business strategies. As longtime Arizona professionals, our attorneys have a deep understanding of local requirements, regulations, and trends in the local community and throughout the state. NGD lawyers also take the time to get to know you, helping to identify your goals and concerns so we may respond creatively to unique requests in the following practice areas:

  • Acquisition and Sales Agreements
  • Commercial Equipment and Real Estate Leases
  • Employment Agreements
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Asset Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Sales and Distribution Agreements
  • Medical Professional Services Agreements
  • Computer Hardware and Software Agreements
  • Commercial Loan Agreements

The firm's attorneys assist clients in finding and developing opportunities, preparing proposals, and addressing legal issues that arise during contract performance. NGD attorneys negotiate and draft contracts and leases, sale, lending and other documents, prepare business formation materials, and provide corporate counseling. NGD attorneys can assist your business in becoming a limited liability business entity such as a corporation, limited liability company (“LLC”) or limited partnership. A corporation or LLC shields its owners from personal liability for debts of the business.

As part of our ongoing effort to serve your legal needs, we are offering links to frequently used web sites addressing transactional law issues.  

Please let us know how we may help you. Call 480-609-0011 or contact us via email.
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