SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENTS IN CALIFORNIA
Serving Clients Throughout the Conejo Valley Area
All corporations are required to have articles of incorporation, bylaws and to keep corporate minutes and resolutions for annual meetings and other important events.
In addition, to these documents, a shareholders agreement is important to define the roles of shareholders and their responsibilities to each other and the company. It also provides important succession planning to allow the company to survive a major life event for one or more shareholders such as a divorce, bankruptcy, incapacity or death.
It is critical that a shareholder agreement be negotiated up front and not after a major life event when conflicting interests may make resolution of disputes more difficult and costly.
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