Welcome back to our blog series that has been discussing why you might need to hire a lawyer in Raleigh NC for your new business venture. Whether you’re in the initial planning stages or are ready to form a legal entity, we are here to help.
If you are hoping to apply for a trademark our law office can be of use. There are several reasons you might need a trademark. One of the biggest is to protect profits from competition. The trademark process can be long and daunting, but our lawyer can help you every step of the way. From researching the terms of the trademark to filing paperwork, paying fees, and more, you won’t have to worry about missing important steps of the process of submitting invalid information. Our lawyer in Raleigh NC can properly fill out paperwork and file for the trademark for you.
There may be permits and licenses you should acquire before opening the doors of your business. Some of these are local and some federal. Either way, not obtaining what you need could result in a shut down once the business has been inspected. Our lawyer can walk you through this process and make sure you have every type of license or permit you may need to properly open and operate your small business.
As we mentioned in our previous blog post, there may be a need for a partnership contract or agreement if you’re entering into a partnership venture for business. In addition, there are also many other instances where you might need a contract drafted for business purposes. Our lawyer can help with this. There are several different types of contracts you could need, including client contracts, third party service provider contracts, and more. Our lawyer can draft contracts that will be ironclad and valid. Unfortunately, some business owners choose to create their own contracts, only to find that they’re invalid in a court of law. Don’t make this mistake. Our lawyer can draft documents that aren’t filled with improper language or loopholes.
On the other hand, our lawyer in Raleigh NC can also help you with breach of contract issues. If you’ve entered into a contract with a client, vendor, or other third party, we can help you in the case of a breach on their behalf.
We hope this information is helpful in your consideration to hire a small business lawyer for your new business venture. To learn more, contact our office today. We can schedule an initial consultation for you to talk with our lawyer in Raleigh NC about all of the things mentioned here and more.