Whether you are just starting a business, or are well established, all of your hard work and dedication can be unraveled with a legal misstep. Working with a business lawyer will help you prevent making mistakes that can be very costly.
Federal and state rules and regulations need to be followed when hiring and firing employees and independent contractors. Lease agreements can last for a long amount of time, and you need to ensure that you understand the complex rules that may be included in any agreements.
Your business is important to you, so don’t risk your financial and personal livelihood on just any attorney. A business lawyer can protect your business from unfounded litigation and save you time and money across many parts of your business.
Getting sued is costly and can take a toll on the time you have to dedicate to your business. Prevent lawsuits before they happen by retaining a business lawyer.
The right business lawyer should be well-versed in the local, state, and federal regulations to keep your company out of legal discord. Our attorneys will advise you on complicated business ventures, business partnerships, licenses, permits, and more. Prevention can protect the future of your business, rather than fighting back when something goes wrong. However, if something does go wrong, your lawyer should be well-versed in business litigation and ready to represent you in court.
Business Formation and Structure
There are multiple financial structures you can choose for your business each with pros and cons. Legal advice will help you choose the structure that will best suit your professional goals. Your lawyer has the tools you need to determine what’s the best choice financially to structure your business and take the right steps toward forming your company.
For example, sole proprietorships may be quicker to set up but provide minimum liability protection. LLCs are more involved to set up, but protect the owner against assuming too much personal liability. Your business lawyer can guide you through your options when forming a business and help you make the right decisions first.
Contracts and Permits
There are many documents that need to be completed and submitted before you are able to even start your business.
If you are unfamiliar with these legal agreements, completing them without a legal representative can be frustrating and costly. We can help draft all required contracts and obtain the needed permits to make your business compliant with all requirements in your area.
Let us Help You Protect Your Business
Whether starting or continuing to run a business, the cost of working with a business attorney is a value when you compare it to the amount you will save in the long run. By working with the Curry Law Firm, you will avoid the possible scars on your reputation and the large financial burden of adverse legal action.
Why risk lawsuits and bad press? Let us worry about contracts, regulations, and negotiations while you dedicate your time to what you do best, running your business. Contact us today at 713-678-0013 or fill out the following online contact form.