Your Business

Whether you’re just starting a new business, need counsel operating an existing business, or are selling or wrapping up your business, we are able to help you where you need it most.

All too frequently business owners and entrepreneurs elect to do-it-themselves or go without legal representation. That’s not a gamble you should have to take with your business. While sometimes that might work, other times it can cause problems that get in the way of running a successful business.

So why do people choose this? The usual response is that the attorneys are too expensive, aren’t agile enough or tend to overcomplicate and mess things up.

That’s not us!

We understand that as a business owner, you are busy, you value quality and efficiency and you are not interested in spending excessive amounts of money when it’s not necessary. You want to get the job done, know what it’ll cost, when you can expect results and know that you weren’t up-sold something you don’t need.

We believe that legal services should be: Simple. Accessible. Personal.

Simple

We will get to know you, your business and financial situation and work with you to put a plan in place that meets your goals and needs. We will not overcomplicate things and sell you a bill of goods that you don’t need or care about, just so we can say that we built a car with more features (and charged for it) that you don’t need.

Accessible

We work with you on your terms, in a way that is personally approachable for you, so that you can actually enjoy the process. And by focusing in on what is really important and necessary, we can offer personalized legal services that are financially approachable.

Personal

We want you to be happy with the services you receive. This is why we strive to get to know you and your needs. We believe that a personal relationship and personal services should be the cornerstone of your attorney-client relationship.

Services

Starting Your Business.

Structure

Formation

Operating Agreement, Partnership Agreement or Bylaws

Managing and Operating Your Business.

Employment Considerations

Contract Review

Chasing Non-paying Clients

Restructuring, Investors and Partners.

Bringing in a Partner

Silent Investors

Corporate Restructuring

Selling or Wrapping-up Operations.

Selling Your Business

Wrapping-up Operations

Other Business Services.