We can bolster and protect your business through proper entity selection, legal business formation, business and commercial law, and contract law advice. We can help you make all the right residential and commercial real estate moves.

We offer reasonable rates for all types of clients from those who need representation in court to those who seek quick and simple advice.

Why Should I Hire a Lawyer

  • Lawyers save you time and money. They get it done right the first time.
  • Lawyers are familiar with and educated in their areas of practice. A competent lawyer can assist and guide you through your legal issues.
  • Lawyers understand and are familiar with pitfalls within their area of expertise. They can explain them to you and help you make an educated decision.
  • No matter how honest you are, legal issues inevitably arise. A competent attorney is able to address your legal issues and prevent a legal dispute.

Law Practiced

Commercial and Business Law

In the world of commercial and business law, there is no such thing as a standard contract. All contracts should be negotiated. Commercial and business law includes all transactions and disagreements that occur in a commercial or business setting. Please contact us so we can represent and advise you. Properly forming businesses and resolving disputes with legal entities can be very complicated. We are prepared to counsel you in the following matters:

  • Buy/Sell agreements
  • Commercial real estate agreements and disputes
  • Construction disputes
  • Financing agreements and liens
  • Collateral and security agreements
  • Insurance claims and coverage issues
  • Business dissolutions
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Formation of legal entities like
    Corporations (Inc. or Co.)
    Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
    Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
    Professional Limited Liability Companies (PLLCs)
    Professional Limited Liability Partnerships (PLLPs)
  • Sale and dissolution
  • Member disagreements
  • Business counseling Partnership agreements and business sales
  • Business expansion
  • Voting agreements
  • Business disputes, shareholder disputes, agreements, and formation
  • Owner, shareholder, vendor, and employment disputes, agreements, and formations
  • Proxies
  • Shareholder and corporate governance
    Shareholder inspection rights, duties of directors and officers, conflicts of interest, derivative actions, business judgment rule defenses, change of control provisions, dissent and appraisal proceedings, involuntary and judicial dissolution, minority shareholder rights and claims, and valuation of closely held corporations
  • Contracts
    Such as service contracts with primary vendors, output contracts with key suppliers, sales contracts with important customers, or any other kind of written or oral agreements