Business Law

Business law encompasses a wide range of issues and areas.  For example, if you are in the process of starting a new business, we can assist you in deciding if forming a partnership, corporation, limited   liability corporation, joint venture, or sole proprietorship is the best option.  Or, if you have an existing business and there is a need to change its structure, we can assist in choosing the type that best fits your current needs.  Each of these types of entities have unique characteristics associated with them and therefore they each have different legal considerations that should be carefully evaluated at the formation stage of the business.

As for the services we offer in this area, we can review both existing contracts and draft contracts that may be executed in the future.   We will identify potential legal issues and outline possible solutions associated with these contracts.  We can also assist in resolving business disputes in the areas of leases, accounts receivable, and accounts payable.  We can evaluate employment contracts and non- compete agreements to determine your rights.  We take the time to listen to you and identify the unique characteristics of your business so we can develop a plan of action to help minimize your legal risks and make your business more profitable.