In today’s economy, making a profit can take all of your effort. You don’t need the additional burden of worrying about legal headaches. The business lawyers at Cannon Law, P.C. can help you start your business off in the right direction and provide the guidance and representation need to grow. While many small businesses begin as a sole proprietorships (individual ownership), there often comes a time when you need to consider forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or Corporation. An LLC or corporation can also be easily formed at the time you begin a new business.
We can help you decide why type of business entity you need, prepare the originating documents and bylaws or operating agreement, obtain share or interest certificates and guide you in the organizational process. We also can help you with agreements between owners that address what happens when owners wish to transfer their ownership interest or when owners die, divorce or disagree about operation of the business.
Employee contracts addressing non-compete and non-solicitation covenants are best dealt with when a business is formed or employees are hired. Drafting of these contracts requires knowledge of the latest court decisions and precise language in order to withstand a court challenge at a later date. We have represented employers and employees in disputes over these contracts and know where problems can arise.
Whether you need help with the process of starting a business or assistance in dealing with problems that now exist within your business, the business lawyers at Cannon Law, P.C. have the vision to understand your goals and the professional guidance help you reach them. Contact Bill Cannon for additional information about how we can help you.