Are you a Dentist Practicing in North Carolina?
If so, Totman Law is the firm for you. Combining a comprehensive array of business services designed specifically to meet the needs of North Carolina's dental practitioners with our cutting edge relationship- and matter-based fee structures, Totman Law is the clear choice for meeting the legal needs of North Carolina dentists.
Whether you are:
- buying or selling a practice,
- joining or departing a partnership,
- offering an associate position or considering accepting one,
- concerned about employment or discrimination questions in the practice,
- in need of a dental-specific employment contract or employee manual,
- looking to file a trademark and expand your brand,
or if you have one or more of any number of legal needs, or simply would like to consult with an attorney who has spent much of his career centered on the legal needs of dentists, contact Totman Law today.
Student Entrepreneurs in Dentistry Podcast Series: Blueprint to Associate Agreements I recently had the opportunity to participate in a podcast hosted by the Student Entrepreneurs in Dentistry of UNC School of Dentistry at Chapel Hill, led by Mr. Christian Hart. The podcast focused on two topics. The first was associate agreements, particularly that first agreement after…
Typical Terms in a Letter of Intent There are numerous stages in any business purchase and sale transaction. It is a complex and time-consuming process. One of the earliest steps in the transaction process is establishing the fundamental terms of the deal. The typical method of doing so is through the letter of intent or…
Each dental practice purchase is a complex process with many stages. Here is a snapshot overview of the key phases. Contact Totman Law today to learn more.
MEET DOMINIC TOTMAN
As Founder and Attorney of Totman Law, my primary goal is to offer and provide these services through engaged and communicative representation and proactive insight and legal planning.
*The information on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice. You can contact Mr. Totman via telephone or email correspondence. Contacting Mr. Totman does not create an attorney-client relationship.