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William F. Ziprick, Attorney: Legal Services For Buyers And Sellers


Contact: William F. Ziprick, Attorney: Legal Services For Buyers And Sellers

Company: The Business Law Firm of William F. Ziprick

Phones: 909-255-8353 Office , 509-951-7230 Cell

Through creative problem solving, attention to detail, accessibility, & understanding that unnecessary delay is often a deal killer, I work closely with my clients and other professionals to consistently achieve a high rate of closings. Office: 909-255-8353, Cell: 509-951-7230.

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About William F. Ziprick, Attorney: Legal Services For Buyers And Sellers

Legal Services For Buying & Selling Businesses


Our Clients Include:


- Business Buyers
- Business Sellers


We Assist With:


- Contracts
- Negotiations
- Closings
- Legal Opinions
- Lease Review
- Entity Formation
- Business Counseling
- Due Diligence


Since first receiving his business degree with an accounting emphasis (1977), and then graduating from the UCLA School of Law (1980), Attorney Ziprick has been privileged to provide practical legal counsel to clients throughout California.


He has been intimately involved in providing legal guidance in many sale transactions (from small deals to those in excess to $100 million), covering a broad spectrum of businesses, including (for example), manufacturing, healthcare professionals and facilities, transportation, retail, construction, service providers, hospitality, senior housing, equipment leasing, engineering, and numerous real estate sale/purchase transactions and leases (both in connection with business sales and as standalone transactions).


Through creative problem solving, attention to detail, accessibility, and understanding that unnecessary delay is often a deal killer, Attorney Ziprick has worked closely with his clients and other professionals to consistently achieve a high rate of successful closings, while at the same time protecting his clients’ interests. Throughout the years, he has been repeatedly recognized for excellence in his field, being listed now for many years in the annual Inland Empire Magazine’s “Top Lawyers in the I.E. (Inland Empire)” issue, and having the highest possible ratings from both Martindale-Hubbell and AVVO, the leading attorney rating services.




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Through creative problem solving, attention to detail, accessibility, & understanding that unnecessary delay is often a deal killer, I work closely with my clients and other professionals to consistently achieve a high rate of closings. Office: 909-255-8353, Cell: 509-951-7230.
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There are a number of the critical tax-related factors which should be reviewed by a party with their legal and tax advisers in determining the best structure for a sale transaction, i.e., whether it should be an Asset Sale or a Stock Sale. Attorney William Ziprick, Esq covers this topic. Contributor: William Ziprick, Esq
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Small businesses who have PPP Loans and are seeking to sell their business (or buyers looking to buy) should pay attention to the latest on PPP Loans when it comes to selling and buying small businesses throughout California. Attorney William Ziprick, Attorney At Law gives BizBen readers an update. Contributor: William F. Ziprick
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