Welcome back. We are here once again to talk about reasons why you might need Cary small business lawyers on your side during a time when you're opening a new business, closing one or facing legal issues regarding the business. Be sure to visit back with our last blog post to learn more, before moving on.
Do I Need Help From Cary Small Business Lawyers?
If you’re buying, selling or dissolving your business, or want to negotiate the sale of the company
- If your business becomes involved in an environmental issue.
- If your current or former employees bring a lawsuit against your company or threaten to sue you.
- If you want to collect from clients who are not paying their bills.
- If you need assistance to file your annual report or other corporate compliance documents
If you’re being sued, it’s too late to get out of the court fees, fines and cost of legal representation. Rather than wait for a legal issue to arise, you should consider preventative measures to protect your business. Hiring Cary small business lawyers can be a good step in making sure you have the right information when you need it. It could save you time and money.
When seeking a law firm to work with, make sure they’re a good fit. Ask if they’ve worked with a company in your industry before. Inquire about the communication policy so that your expectations will be met. If you’re getting a consultation on a particular matter, ask the outcomes and alternatives of the case so that you have a clear idea of what may happen. It’s important to have open communication with your lawyer so that you can work together to make your business successful.
Are you starting a small business? Get legal support from our Cary small business lawyers at Klish and Eldreth. We can help you get your business off to a strong start by ensuring that your legal needs are met. We're committed to your success and will do everything within our power to protect your company. In addition to business, consumer and contract laws, we can also handle intellectual property matters such as trademarking and copyrighting.
Klish and Eldreth, PLLC
As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about estate planning. Also contact us to schedule a consultation if you have yet to start estate planning. It's never too early to make plans for your wishes upon death. In addition, our lawyer is here to help you with all your legal matters, whether it be entertainment law, trademarking, copyrighting, or DWI issues.