Business Law // Consider me your personal business counsel, providing guidance to help you prosper and avoid litigation. 


Contracts

A sound legal contract can save you time, money and stress. It is important that you work with an attorney who thoroughly understands business contracts and transactions.Contracts exist so that everyone is clear on what each party’s rights, responsibilities and expectations are in a business transaction. The idea is to make sure that as many contingencies as possible are covered. Hiring a lawyer to draft your contract now will pay off later in the time you save dealing with lawsuits and the attorney fees that come with them.


Business Formation

Starting a business is an exciting prospect. With the right forethought and some good legal advice, you can protect yourself and put yourself in a position for the most profitable legal setup for you and your new company. It can be invaluable in ensuring that you, your family, and your investments are protected from potential liabilities.


Partnership Aggreement

A partnership agreement allows you to structure your relationship with your partners in a way that suits your business. You and your partners can establish the shares of profits (or losses) each partner will take, the responsibilities of each partner, what will happen to the business if a partner leaves, and other important guidelines. I can help ensure your partnership agreement is detailed and thorough, so your partnership can avoid misunderstandings that could evolve into costly disputes.


Operating Agreements

An operating agreement is one of the most important documents used by LLCs because it structures the business' financial and functional decisions. The purpose of the document is to govern the internal operations of the business in a way that suits the specific needs of the business owners. Once the document is signed by the members, it acts as an official contract binding them to its terms.


Asset Purchase Agreements

An asset purchase agreement is an agreement between the seller of business assets and the buyer. This agreement sets the terms of such sale and includes provisions, such as the payment date and purchase price. Each asset purchase agreement is unique, and it’s important that yours includes the details that can protect you from any potential disagreements that may lead to litigation.