You’ve been working on and in your business for years now and you’re looking at the next stage of your life. What happens to your business without you in it?
Do you find yourself saying, “It’s time to close the doors”?
Or maybe you’re looking at selling the business to progress your plans for retirement.
What if your family wants to take it over, or you have a protege who is learning the ropes?
Jason Sampson of Venerable Law joins us to discuss why it’s important to plan for the inevitable event of selling, succeeding, or dismantling your business once you are ready to transition to the next phase of life.
We’ll also be discussing common misconceptions relating to business succession planning.
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About Your Guest Speaker
About Jason Sampson
With more than 20 years of experience as a lawyer, Jason Sampson is most passionate about working directly with business owners and providing value to make sure achieve all-new levels of success rather than just enough to get by.
He left a successful career with one of the biggest law firms in the world to work with you — business owners and entrepreneurs.
Giant corporations provided great opportunities to learn business operations, but it is not the same as working directly with the people that break their backs to build their businesses.
He started Venerable Law so he could be with you for the whole ride and not just a one-time solution. Whether it is a generic issue about a contract or one of many legal issues that come with owning a business.