Business Lawyers

Legal Services For Businesses:

5 Reasons Why Every Business Needs A Lawyer.

Not all businesses have business lawyers.

Here are five reasons why they should:

1. Lawsuits.

It goes without saying that the longer you’re in business, the higher the risk of lawsuit. The problem for most companies is they tend to wait until they are sued to seek one out. Big mistake. By then it may be too late. Every business needs business lawyers already in place to help to help them reduce the chances of ever getting sued in the first place and to help them get their legalities in place.

2. Incorporation.

We all wish that incorporating was as simple as just handing over a check and being done with it. It isn’t that easy and you are probably not aware of all the “check-offs” that you will need to make to ensure it is done with excellence. We do. Don’t try to incorporate alone.

3. Compliance.

Do you pay taxes? Sure hope so. Do business in other states? Planning to build new or additional property? Have more than a handful of
employees? If so, there are federal and state regulations you must follow. We know you don’t have the time to sift through a mountain of legal manuals at every turn. Let your business lawyers handle the legalities for you and you can do business faster and with much less headache.

4. General Housekeeping.

Running a business can be exhausting on its own. No room for error. As you grow things tend to get more complex. Liabilities, tax obligations, setup fees, ongoing expenses, and employee-related concerns, are just a sample of some of the things you will need to ensure are done properly. Don’t overwhelm yourself. You have enough to deal with.

5. Self-Protection.

Trouble can come from anywhere. Even from among you. You need a business lawyer on retainer in case the worst happens. Being sued by one of your own employees is the worst. It can drain your funds and cause needless headache. Our firm can help your hiring process be more productive by helping you draft contracts, develop policy and procedures, and set stipulations for worker’s compensation. If not protected, you can be abused and we won’t let that happen.