Veterinary Exit Strategies and Estate PlansWe're here to guide you through the process.
Trying to ease out of veterinary practice can be every bit as challenging as getting into the career. Retirement or semi-retirement bring with them many key decisions: How do I cultivate a buyer for my practice? Can I negotiating a way to keep working in the field albeit with a reduced and more flexible schedule? Should I sell my clinic real estate and how can I minimize the taxes if I do?
Strategic Guidance on the Issues You Face
Let us help by providing strategic guidance on these and many other retirement issues faced by veterinary professionals including:
- Practice valuation
- Assessment of benefits/drawbacks to providing seller financing
- COBRA compliance and employee benefit obligations
- Locating and identifying creditworthy potential purchasers
- Dealing with corporate veterinary practices as potential clinic buyers
- Non-disclosure documents and Seller Non-compete considerations
- Long term care insurance planning / estate tax planning / family succession strategies
Associates in Veterinary Law, P.C. (aVL) brings together two unique, professional disciplines -–veterinary medicine and legal counsel -– to provide the best possible outcome for our clients and their personal attorneys.