Buying Or Selling A Pharmacy? Boesen & Snow Law Has Been There.

When it comes to purchasing and selling pharmacies, you will need advice on the issues involving pharmacy rules and regulations. In addition to understanding the basics of ownership or transferal. You should consult an attorney who is experienced with business and pharmacy law.

The lawyers at Boesen & Snow Law help clients deal with the complexities of buying or selling a pharmacy. They will help you deal with the disposition of inventory and controlled substances, patient records and applications. They will thoroughly guide you through each step of your process.

You Must Follow The Legal Process And Comply To State And Federal Rules And Regulations

You must ensure that your license is valid and current. If you have decided to purchase a pharmacy, you should consult a lawyer to assist you in the research and acquisition. A few questions that an attorney will find the answers to are:

  • What are the financial details of the pharmacy?
  • Who are the staff members and what is the culture?
  • Are other facilities included with the purchase?
  • Does a landlord own the property? If so, what happens to a lease if the landlord decides to sell or demolish the property?
  • Are you purchasing from its legal owner or a partner?

The lawyers at Boesen & Snow Law have helped many pharmacists file ownership applications through the state board. It is vital to conduct research before any paperwork is filed or signed.

Filing The Necessary Paperwork

Once you have decided to purchase or sell a pharmacy, you will have to finalize your decision with a few contracts. The experienced lawyers at Boesen & Snow Law are familiar with the legal and necessary paperwork that needs to be signed and filed. They will help you with the design and creation of the contracts.

Allow the attorneys at Boesen & Snow Law to thoroughly examine your case and plan for the future of your pharmacy business before finalizing any agreements.

Contact their Tempe or Scottsdale office today by calling (480) 900-4614. You can also schedule a consultation by email.