If you or your firm is involved in a legal matter of some kind and you need to relocate for good or bad reasons, you may be best served by hiring a moving company. This is true for a wide range of possible scenarios.
- You have dissolved a partnership. Whether it was a company run by yourself and one other person, or many staff were involved, it may be best to not show up in person. If litigation is ongoing, you could say something that could be used against you. This can be difficult to avoid if the person you’re dealing with in court is abusive toward you in any way while you are on premises. Call a moving company rather than moving your possessions yourself. It can save you additional stress and reduce the likelihood of a confrontation. A public confrontation is what you want to avoid because it can be costly if it results in bad press or worse.
- Your company is expanding into a larger facility. Business is great and you’ve signed a lease for additional office or manufacturing space. Congratulations, but if you choose to save a few dollars by having your staff move everything and someone gets hurt, you’re looking at higher workers compensation insurance premiums. An additional advantage is that by hiring professional movers, the job will probably be done that much faster, which results in lower downtime and higher staff productivity.
- You’re closing shop and dissolving your business. . They can not only move your furniture and stock items to where you need them to go, they can also clean your office or shop after they’ve removed everything. And if you have anything you do not want to keep, they can haul it away to the junkyard, recycling center, or thrift shop for you.
- You’re moving across state or across the country because your company merged with another company. This is an exciting time, but much to do. If needed, they will partner with long distance fellow moving companies who are as trusted and reliable as they are.
If you’re involved in business litigation of some kind and need to move your physical assets, call professionals movers.