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Starting a small business is scary and complicated, especially without a small business attorney. You should not overlook or underestimate the pitfalls that can arise. In addition, you deserve to have an experienced and skilled attorney handle the legalities of starting your small business. It is a matter of great importance, for example, to avoid business litigation and disputes. An experienced small business attorney can help you through each aspect of creating and operating a small business.

The Benefits of Hiring a Small Business Attorney

Organizing Your Small Business

When starting a small business, you need to determine the best way to get organized. From LLCs to S-corps, it is important to consider the tax liabilities and implications of each before choosing the best option. A small business lawyer can help you understand the process as well as the taxes, liabilities and advantages of each.

Drafting Contracts

Small businesses likely require contracts. From employee contracts to vendor contracts, a small business lawyer can help draft contractual documents to reduce risks. The best contracts cover all possible legal scenarios and protect small businesses from costly legal disputes down the road. In fact, you can avoid a significant number of lawsuits and legal disputes simply by having an attorney draft your contracts from the start.

Protection From Business Litigation

Hiring a small business lawyer can protect you from costly litigation in the future. If a lawsuit occurs, your attorney will be there every step of the way to help you through it efficiently and quickly. They can work through disputes, contract issues and even class-action lawsuits, allowing you to focus your time and energy on your business.

Protect Intellectual Property

Depending on your day-to-day operations, intellectual property may be the lifeblood of your business. If you do not take steps to protect this property, your business could lose its advantages against competitors.

From product designs and logos to trade secrets, you need an attorney on your side to help you protect intellectual property. An attorney can help you determine whether you need to file a copyright, trademark, or patent. If someone infringes on your intellectual property, your attorney can file the necessary paperwork to protect your business and your livelihood.

Real Estate Leases

Some small businesses need to operate from a physical establishment. This often means purchasing property or signing a lease. Your business attorney can help you review all real estate contracts and documents so you fully understand the terms and agreements.

Contact Our Small Business Attorney for a Free Initial Consultation

Are you starting a small business or considering expanding an existing business? If so, it is important to review your legal options so you can avoid future pitfalls. Our small business attorney can help you avoid the most common mistakes.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact Winghart Law Group, Inc. at (650) 456-2925 or fill out our confidential contact form.

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