To some, it may just be another small business. To the small business owner, a small business represents the hopes, dreams and pure ambition come to life; blood, sweat and tears do not begin to explain the efforts invested in making your small business work. With so much invested into your small business, you should not leave anything to chance. You should rely on an experienced attorney to protect your business.
The most common form of protecting your business, and your financial interest, is to incorporate or form a Limited Liability Company. However, are you aware of the statutes or regulations which affect your business. Are your contracts, advertisements and facilities in compliance with requirements imposed by federal and state agencies? If you have a contract dispute, will your contracts stand up in court? If things take a turn for the worse, are your personal finances protected? If you do not have an answer to these questions, or cannot answer these with 100% confidence, you need to speak to an attorney.
Small businesses face countless risks. Aside from making your business work, it is imperative that you understand the legal and regulatory environment in which your business operates. Mr. Lamarche has does not charge for an initial consultation. If you have any doubt as to whether your business is in compliance with the applicable statutes and regulations, contact Mr. Lamarche. If you are thinking of starting a new business, and want to make sure that you comply with all of the filing requirements, Mr. Lamarche is one phone call away.