Small Business Consulting
Creating a new business can be exciting and daunting. Having an attorney to assist you can put you at greater ease as you work through the process. We can help you decide if you need to create an entity such as an LLC or a corporation and assist you with entity formation.
As you grow your business, you are likely to have issues arise that will require an attorney’s assistance. We have experience in contract negotiation and commercial litigation. We also assist our clients with contract drafting and many other legal matters related to small business.
We offer free consultations to small business owners to help you decide whether you need an attorney’s assistance before you spend money.
A. It is never too soon. Even if you are just considering opening a business, you will want to get an attorney involved from the beginning. Starting the process on your own can lead to mistakes that will cost you time and money.
A: The answer to this question can be complicated, and it will not be the same for everyone. It is important to work with professionals, including attorneys and accountants, to assist you with this vital decision.
A. In most cases, the answer is no. If you have an entity such as an LLC or a Corporation, this entity is a separate legal person distinct from its owners or managers. Only attorneys can represent others in court. Unless you are licensed to practice law, you may not represent your entity in court.
A. There are regulations that affect most businesses, and certain types of businesses can also be subject to specific regulations. Consultation with an attorney can help you understand the regulations affecting your industry.