Senior Counsel practicing the full range of strategic planning for corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships and the entrepreneurs and executives that form and operate those entities. Ms. Haney has counseled clients from initial start-up, capitalization and growth strategies through acquisition. Ms. Haney also focuses her practice on the critical area of well-planned liquidity events, such as business succession plans and exit strategies. Ms. Haney also consults with clients as they negotiate their executive compensation in both public and privately held companies. Ms. Haney also works with the business owners to provide comprehensive combined business and estate tax strategies, including asset protection, and buy-sell agreements among business owners. In this way, Ms. Haney brings together her skills as an Attorney for Business and an Attorney for Life.
Juris Doctor – Texas Tech University School of Law
Bachelors in Business Administration – North Texas State University
Admitted to Texas Bar – 1990
College of the State Bar
Member, State Bar of Texas
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Tarrant County Bar Association, Business Estates Planning Section and Corporate Counsel Section
Member, Tarrant County Probate Bar Association
Member, Dallas Women’s Bar Certified
Member, Exit Planning Institute and Certified Exit Planning Advisors, specializing in business succession and transition planning
Legal Ease, as seen in distinctive Lifestyles of Northeast Tarrant County
Eleven True Benefits of Limited Partnership
Successor Liability in Asset Sales: Buyer Beware*
Exit Strategies for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs*
E.S.O.P.’S: Not just an Exit Strategy
Exit Strategies: How to Make a Break Without Getting in a Fix*
NonCompete Agreements in the Great State of Texas (Are they Dead Yet?)*
What Should I become: What Legal Structure Should I Choose to Operate my New Business?
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