Business Attorney in Florida

From our offices in Puerto Rico and Florida, our legal practice advocates for our client’s best interests. Sonny Lozada now offers remote legal services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She is a business attorney in Florida. These services include consultations with clients and follow-up meetings. We are determined to continue making these improvements in service delivery as efficient as possible.

Nuestra consultoria promueve los mejores intereses de nuestros clientes desde ambas localidades, ubicadas en Puerto Rico y Florida. Debido a la pandemia de COVID-19, ahora estamos ofreciendo servicios legales remotos, que incluyen consultas y reuniones de seguimiento con los clientes. Estamos comprometidos a trabajar continuamente para que estos cambios en la prestacion de servicios sean lo mas eficientes y accesibles posible. Help Start-Ups

As, we advise Start-Ups and their Founders in all aspects of business formation, choice of entity and jurisdiction, formation of business entities, founder agreements, consulting agreements, confidentiality agreements, start-up funding, seed investments, protection of names, ideas, and inventions.

So, if you are relying on friends, family, or wealthy individuals (business angels) to provide your start-up capital, So, we can help you understand the different options for start-up capital, prepare and negotiate the necessary legal documentation, and make sure that your money-raising activities comply with the relevant state and federal securities laws.

We Help You Buy or Sell a Business in Florida

Florida business attorney can help you buy and sell a business.

Moreover, the process of buying s business usually includes:

Investigation and Negotiation Stage:

Together with the client we will assess the status of the transaction and determine what has been done already. And how far negotiations have come.  Now, we will discuss your motivations for buying or selling and discuss the terms of the deal. Such as the purchase price/valuation and payment terms. An advice for you with respect to the best structure of the business sale (i.e. asset sale, stock (equity) sale or corporate reorganization). Your tax situation before and after the transaction, the financing for the transaction. And the allocation of the purchase price (if it is an asset sale). We may have to check that all securities laws will have been complied with.

Term Sheet:

Further, we will prepare or review the term sheet (aka “letter of intent”) between the parties and guide you in the decision. Whether, to ask for a confidentiality agreement during due diligence and whether to make the term sheet binding or non binding.

Prepare Transaction Documents: 

Moreover, we will carefully draft and negotiate the sale agreement and all other closing documents, such as promissory notes and security agreements; assemble or prepare owner/shareholder/board of director approvals and consents needed for the transaction.  Furthermore, we will make sure that all required third party consents (landlord, contract partners and so forth) will be provided. We will prepare a closing checklist and oversee the execution of all necessary documents.


Finally, we will attend the closing, record security interests, make adjustment to the purchase price, and provide escrow for the purchase price or the equity covered by a security interest.

Florida business attorneys

As Florida business attorney we make it our business to keep small business owners out of court and business litigation.  However, sometimes it cannot be avoided. We can help you enforce your rights in Florida or defend any case brought against you. Before we begin any business litigation on your behalf, we will always make sure that any litigation makes sound business sense and won’t be a waste of your time and money.

Examples of business disputes that end up in litigation include:

  • Breach of Contract Disputes: A person does not comply with the rules set forth in a contract between the two of you;
  • Tortious Interference with Contracts and Business Relationships: A person maliciously interferes with your performance under a contract. It prevents you from entering into a contract or helps somebody to breach a contract;
  • Fraud and Misrepresentation: A person (1) represented a material fact. (2) the facts were untrue. (3) that somebody knew it was untrue. (4) the representation was made with the intent to deceive and to induce you to act upon it. (5) you relied on it and. (6) you suffered damages by acting on the misrepresentation;
  • Unfair Competition: A person steals your brand, business reputation, customer list  or similar property for his own business advantage. And causes your business damages by doing so;
  • Conversion: A person takes your property and uses it without your authorization. And thus makes it impossible for you to enjoy the rights that come with ownership of that property.