Most small business owners cannot afford to have a full-time lawyer on staff. However, this does not mean they do not have specific legal needs. When you need custom legal services designed specifically for your business, you can count on us to help. We understand how important your business is to your future and we will do everything possible to ensure you are protected legally.
- Business Formations – When starting a business, there are several decisions you will have to make. One of these includes your business structure, but you also need to consider tax burdens, protection of personal assets, regulatory and licensing concerns and securing financing. All of these can all be impacted by the type of structure you use for your business. We take the time to understand your long-term business goals, your personal financial status, and your potential business liability. From this information, we will provide you with the necessary guidance to ensure your business structure protects you and your business. We can also help you draft the necessary business documents for the state and internal corporate policies.
- Contracts & More– If you’re in business there will times when you will need a contract. These include lease agreements for business properties, employment contracts, contracts with vendors, and more. We understand how easy you may find it to use a “boilerplate” agreement; however, these agreements may not have the language needed to protect you, and your business. We can help you draft contracts that protect your interests, and we can also review contracts others present to you to ensure your interests are protected.
We do not stop there. We also provide a range of other business law services including intellectual property protections, licenses, employee relations, and more. Contact us today to find out more about our business law services.
- Business Monitoring Services – Starting up a business means you will have to adhere to certain local, state, and federal regulations. These matters can get confusing and the cost of failure to comply is steep. We provide a whole range of business monitoring services including assistance with record maintenance, reminders for annual meetings, periodic review of your articles of incorporation, and more. We make sure you do not find yourself unprotected in the face of changing regulations or litigation.
- Business Dissolution – Most business owners are not thinking about closing the doors when they are starting. While it is almost always preferable to have an exit strategy developed, whether you have a strategy or not, we can help you with the various aspects of closing your business. This process can be complex; and in some cases, could result in internal hostilities. We can help you through this difficult process, ensuring your affairs are properly handled including payment of vendors, dismissal of employees, and sale or distribution of assets.
When you are considering a new business venture in the Pocono Region of Northeastern Pennsylvania, particularly if you reside in Wayne or Pike Counties, Attorney Michael Lehutsky can help. We are committed to ensuring you are protected at each phase of your business from the original formation, to the final days of winding down.
If you are ready to take the first, important step concerning your business or corporate needs, Request a Consultation with Attorney Michael Lehutsky today.