Business Formation

Small businesses are the engine of the economy. Small business owners put nearly everything they have on the line as they find ways to serve their local communities, but success isn’t guaranteed. Half of all small businesses fail in the first year and 95 percent fail within the first five years. Business owners must protect their homes, personal assets, and retirement not just against the potential of having to close their doors, but against lawsuits and other liabilities. Incorporating your business into a corporation or LLC allows you to choose the things you want to risk and the things you want to protect to ensure you can continue to provide for your family and start all over again.

From registering with state and federal agencies to developing operating agreements and bylaws by which you will operate, our attorneys will provide the advice and services you need.

Business Transactions

In business, the contracts and agreements you enter into are important because they outline the expectations for everyone involved and protect each party if those expectations are not. Our attorneys will meet with you and discuss how these and other documents can affect your liabilities and protect your interests.

Contracts, Security Agreements, Asset Purchase and Sale Agreements, Promissory Notes, Pledge Agreements, Stock Purchase Agreement, Personal Guarantees, Liens, Leases, Garnishments