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What’s The Best Way To Pass On A Restaurant At Death?

Posted in Asset Protection, Corporate Entity, Estate Planning, Real Estate

Most restaurant owners want to provide for their families when they die and protect their assets from liability. However, there are issues if the owner just conveys the real estate in a Will. To avoid these issues, restaurant owners should instead consider passing down interests in their companies and placing each piece of underlying real… Continue Reading

The Top 7 Things To Consider Before Buying A Restaurant

Posted in Acquisitions, Alcohol, Contracts, Corporate Entity, Employment, Intellectual Property, Liability, Litigation, Real Estate

There are so many things to consider when buying a restaurant that we decided to break that list down to just seven issues. If you only look at these issues, you should avoid most of the big hazards when you buy your next restaurant. Now, this assumes that you have some idea of the restaurant… Continue Reading

The Changing Nature Of Restaurant Real Estate

Posted in Acquisitions, Commentary, Franchises, Franchising, News, Real Estate

For those familiar with the International Convention of Shopping Centers (a/k/a “ICSC”), you probably received your copy of Shopping Centers Today (“SCT”), which is the monthly magazine that they publish on national real estate. For those who don’t know, ICSC connects nearly all retail operators, landlords, and brokers who are involved in real estate, and… Continue Reading

Can You Walk Your Restaurant Lease When Times Are Bad?

Posted in Acquisitions, Franchises, Franchising, Liability, Litigation, Real Estate

Many restaurant owners think that the need to close a restaurant involves a lot of pain and headache from landlords among others. Certainly, that’s the case often, but there are some options that that may be available to make this less painful than necessary. As such, here are some things to consider if you think… Continue Reading