Business Attorney in Boca RatonAugust 23, 2012
If you are interested in starting a new business or formally organizing an existing business, contact Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L. to speak with a business attorney in Boca Raton. Our experienced business attorneys can provide detailed and thorough legal advice and help you build the necessary legal structure to protect yourself and your business in the future.
Choosing a Business Entity
At Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L., we can help you decide which business entity will best serve your particular needs. We can discuss the advantages and disadvantages, and organizational traits of each of the following business entities:
- Sole Proprietorship
- General Partnership
- Limited Partnership
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Once a decision is made, we can then help with the necessary filings and draft the operating/shareholder agreement, as well as with any additional planning needed for your business. Having a business attorney involved at this stage can help ensure your business is set up properly and that you are protected in the future.
You will likely need to develop contracts for clients, customers, or others associated with your business. Our firm can draft these contracts for you, including any real estate contracts your business may require. We can also review and negotiate any contracts that others want you to execute to ensure your best interest is protected. Having a lawyer review contracts and other documents before they are signed can help you avoid business disputes later.
Once your business is established, we can provide ongoing legal advice for your daily business/legal concerns. In the event you become involved in a business dispute, we can also help you resolve the matter appropriate and efficiently, or represent you in court, if necessary.
Contact a Business Attorney in Boca Raton about Forming a Business
If you need help forming a business or need legal advice about an existing business, contact a business attorney in Boca Raton at Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L. We are committed to helping business owners start off on the right foot and to protecting their interests throughout the life of their business.
Marshall Socarras Grant, P.L. handles complex commercial litigation, corporate law, and other general business legal matters for clients of all sizes in a variety of industries. The firm’s commercial litigation attorneys represent small and large corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, professionals, entrepreneurs, condominium/homeowners’ associations, employers, employees and individuals to assess their options and make informed decisions to achieve their objectives. Please contact our firm today for more information about how we can assist you with your business needs at 561-361-1000, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit our website at www.msglaw.com.
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