You may have heard that entering into a dental partnership is like entering into a marriage. Unfortunately, it is not… It is harder. Both are gigantic commitments that change the course of ones life. They both require trust, respect, and communication. They both require a same philospohy on spending and saving money. The truth, however,…
When you chose to enter the field of dentistry, you probably thought your work would entail little more than correcting people’s dental issues.
You likely never considered that as your practice grew, you’d soon be dealing with leases, asset purchase agreements, partnerships, professional corporations, non-compete covenants and other such legal concerns.
Unfortunately, when it comes to building a thriving San Diego dental practice, excellent dentistry skills are only part of the equation.
To find success in your profession, you will also need to take steps to protect your practice of the proceeds from the practice you are transitioning out of. This will require the assistance of an dental attorney with a clear understanding of the legal requirements of dental transactions.
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While general business attorneys can help with conventional business needs, they often overlook details that relate to dental practice transitions. The experienced dental attorneys at Odgers Law Group have but one aim in mind: to assist dentists with advice from lawyers who are thoroughly familiar with the ins and outs of how a dental practice operates and the key parts of a dental transaction. For years, dentists have relied on Odgers Law for support in every legal aspect of running their practices. As a dental law practice, we can help you with:
DENTAL PRACTICE TRANSACTIONS DONE RIGHT
Since these and other such processes must strictly adhere to the letter of the law, they can easily overwhelm you. Fortunately, where the legalities of buying or selling a dental practice come into play, you can count on Odgers Law Group for a smooth transaction.
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The Importance of Hiring a Dental Attorney
The vast majority of business lawyers know little to nothing about dental transactions. Despite serving a vital purpose in the world, they can easily overlook the details and industry standards that are instrumental when working through a successful dental transaction.
At Odgers Law Group, we understand the need of dental professionals to obtain their legal guidance from a knowledgeable Dental law practice with a deep understanding of the world of dentistry. Our years of working closely with a wide range of dental professionals, consultants and management companies in and around San Diego have positioned us well to assist you with the legal needs of buying and selling a dental practice.
At Odgers Law Group, we understand the complexities concerning your specific situation. Whether you specialize in general dentistry, orthodontia, endodontia, periodontia, pediatric dentistry, oral surgery or any of the other numerous and diverse dental specialties, you can be certain that at Odgers Law Group, you will find attorneys that understand the essence of your operation and have the answers that meet your specific needs.
Why Odgers Law Group Is the Dental Law Practice for You
As a practicing dental professional, you need to put your legal needs in the capable hands of a dental attorney with experience in helping dentists form, structure and run their practices. At Odgers Law Group, you’ll find the dental lawyers you need to keep your business in legal running order, freeing you to do what you want to do most: tend to the needs of your patients.
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