Our firm’s business planning and litigation attorneys work with many different types of businesses, from sole proprietors to large enterprises. Whether you are starting a business or you have a sudden need that warrants the insight of an attorney, our firm’s business planning and litigation attorneys can be a valuable asset. There are many different legal matters that arise when starting a business, and then operating the business. Our firm’s business planning and litigation attorneys can also assist you in protecting your financial interests and in helping your business grow.
While the process of deciding on a business is an exciting one, there are necessary legal steps that you should take to establish your business. When you have an idea, our firm’s business planning attorneys can help you with these important initial steps regarding licensing, identity, goals, management style, and the type of business entity. Determining the type of entity will have a significant impact on your business, so you should be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of your options.
Specifically, our firm’s business attorneys can help you with the following:
- Type of entity
- Articles of Incorporation / Bylaws
- Corporate Resolutions / Stock Certificates
- Shareholder Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Operating Agreements
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Creation / review of contracts and other governing documents
- Tax filings
Having our firm’s business attorneys assist you from the beginning can empower you to make informed decisions.
Unfortunately, many business owners will face some kind of legal dispute during the life of their business. Being blindsided by an escalating conflict can be confusing and frustrating, which is why you need the expertise of our firm’s litigation attorneys. The ability to understand and evaluate your options is just one of the benefits of having our litigation attorneys on your team.
Having our firm’s litigation attorneys help you as soon as possible is in your best interest if you are facing any kind of contract or operational dispute with your business.