As a Minnesota Business Attorney and Minnesota Corporate Law Attorney, Dan Savaloja is able to help his clients by bringing his depth of experience in assisting clients with all aspects of their business or corporate law needs.

Some of the areas where Mr. Savaloja is able to provide representation to his Business and Corporate clients include:

  • Entity Selection (Corporation, Limited Liability Company/LLC, Partnership, Sole Proprietorship, etc.)

  • Initial Business Formation including: Articles, By-Laws, Operating Agreements, Corporate or

  • Company Resolutions

  • Assumed Names

  • Business Litigation (State and Federal)

  • Business Plans

  • Business Governance

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Purchase or Sale of a Business

  • Vendor, Supplier, Independent Contractor Agreements

  • Contract Drafting, Negotiation, Enforcement and Review

  • Buy/Sell Agreements

  • Commercial Real Estate Purchase and Leasing

  • Government Relations

  • Shareholder Matters

  • Secured Transactions

  • Confidentiality Agreements

  • Non-Compete Agreements

  • Intellectual Property Protection

  • Business Succession Planning

In addition to the various areas listed above, Attorney Savaloja works with many business owners and principals on how to transition their business to the next generation. Business succession planning may be one of the toughest management challenges you face in the life of your business. You have invested a great deal of time, money and emotion into building a successful business and you want to make sure you properly plan for the effective transfer of the business and assets to your family or another buyer. Proper care and planning must be given in order to have an effective and orderly transfer of power and assets while minimizing the tax impact of any transfers.

  • Business Succession Planning Including

    • Buy-Sell Agreements

    • Transfer of Power

    • Transfer of Assets

    • Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreement 


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