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Business Law & Organization

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Business Law & Organization

Ensure Your Business Succeeds Throughout Expansion, Changes Of Leadership, And Evolving Legal Standards

As business advisors, our attorneys offer legal guidance that is essential for the foundation and growth of your company. Our services encompass a wide array of business law aspects, including the formation and structuring of business entities, such as corporations, limited liability companies (“LLC”), partnerships, and professional associations; assistance with regulatory issues; and proactive risk management. We guide you through the complexities of entity formation and meticulously draft and review contracts to help position your business for future growth and success.  

Frequently Asked Questions About Business Law And Organization

I have a business and need help organizing it. Can you help?

We can assist with the initial setup, including choosing the right type of entity and creating governance documents. We also offer ongoing support for operational issues to keep your business running smoothly and to help minimize the risk of future conflict.

I want to set up an LLC or another type of business. What do I need to know?

Establishing an LLC, or other business entity, requires careful consideration of various factors including tax treatment, liability concerns, and operational flexibility. You will need to file articles of organization, create an operating agreement, and understand the ongoing compliance obligations. We can guide you through each step and help you set up your business correctly from the start.

Can you assist in drafting contracts and agreements for my business?

Crafting effective contracts and agreements is paramount to safeguarding your business. Our services include drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts tailored to your specific needs. Whether it is a vendor agreement, employment contract, or a confidentiality agreement, we help to protect your interests and minimize potential future disputes.

How do I prepare at the start of my business to minimize any future business disputes or litigation?

To minimize future disputes or litigation, it is crucial to establish clear policies, contracts, and procedures from the outset. This involves having comprehensive agreements that define the roles and expectations of all parties involved and developing a robust risk management strategy. Additionally, legal review of business agreements can identify potential issues early on, allowing for proactive resolution before they escalate into disputes.

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Signs That You May Need Us

If you’re unsure whether you need a business law and organization attorney, consider these signs:

  • Want to create a business (either alone or with a partner or group)
  • Run a business that has not been formally created with the Secretary of State
  • Own commercial property or other assets personally (outside of an LLC or corporate structure)

How to Get Started

1 Contact Us

Our dedicated staff will listen to your needs and help direct you to the attorney that can best assist you.

2Schedule Initial
Consultation
An initial consultation with an attorney will allow you to share relevant documents, family or business information, and personal concerns.

3Partner with Your Attorney

After your consultation, you will know both your next steps and the steps your attorney will take on your behalf to help resolve your current concerns or complete your estate or business planning.