Our Legal Services for Businesses in Dedham
Entrepreneurs like yourself are well-known for their passion, focus, expertise, and worth ethic, among many other exceptional traits. What’s also admirable yet challenging is the constant juggling of tasks such as marketing the business, hiring staff, invoicing customers, and more. With that being said, our business attorney can ease some of your legal burdens as you focus on building your company from scratch, selling or transferring it, or keeping the business in your family when you are no longer around.
You have enough on your plate, as running a business can be exciting yet overwhelming, demanding, and complicated at times. Our attorney understands this as a business owner himself, which is why you can trust our firm to help formulate and preserve your business from a legal standpoint.
Our legal business services include:
- LLC & Corporate Formation
- Business Planning
- Business Agreements
- Sale of Businesses
- Buy and Sell agreements
- Small Business Association (SBA) Loans
Why Do You Need a Business Lawyer?
First and foremost, running a business is far from easy. However, the reward is priceless when the business is legally protected. We have unfortunately seen a lot of small business owners get entangled in messy lawsuits, lose their intellectual property rights, and lose their business rights altogether. These scenarios are best avoided by retaining an experienced, trustworthy business attorney at the earlier stages of the process so they can legally protect every element of your business, leaving no stone unturned.
It is in your best interests to hire a business attorney, along with an accountant, early on. When you choose our firm to handle your legal business needs, we can:
- Help prevent lawsuits
- Utilize a risk-management approach
- Identify and build a feasible business structure
- Help you register your business for tax ID numbers
- Explain how tax consequences may apply to your business transactions
- Provide copyright and trademark advice
- Prepare effective, legally sound contracts, leases, and agreements
- Protect your business assets
- Help you understand the incorporation process and method of operation
- Meet with you every 3 to 5 years, or more frequently, to discuss changes to your business and update your estate plan accordingly
Don’t see the service you’re looking for? Give us a call at (888) 743-7671 to discuss your needs and learn how we can help!