Shareholder Protection

In the event of the death or disability of a shareholder, money is needed to acquire the shares and to maintain the business as a going concern.

  • Acquiring the Shares

    • Provides cash to retain ownership and control of the company
    • Delivers funds to pay for shares and avoid a burden on cash flow
    • Guarantees a committed, solvent buyer for the company's shares
    • Delivers funding to prevent shareholder disputes and litigation
  • Preserving the Business

    • Pays debts or obligations to stabilize finances
    • Delivers emergency funds to hire replacement staff
    • Provides funds for severance in the event of disability
    • Helps to avoid legal disputes