If you are a business owner without business law attorneys on hand, you could be setting yourself, your family, and your business up for disaster. Many a friendship has been ruined by a poorly set up business partnership. Many a dollar has been spent on legal fees for an ambiguous business contract. And many a family has suffered from the failure of a small business.
But having business law attorney, ones that knows the ins and outs of commercial and corporate law, on your team can prevent these blows to your business. At Replogle, Tyrrell & Robertson, LLC, our business law attorneys work hard with our business clients to guard every legal nook and cranny of their company.
Small Business Law
If there is one thing small business owners have in common, it’s their passion for their companies. They are experts at the services and products they provide their customers. But often, many of the small business owners we meet are uncomfortable navigating the legal waters of business law. Questions abound:
- How can they protect their personal assets from their business liabilities?
- Should their company be set up as a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC)?
- What organizational structure is ideal for multiple owners?
At Replogle, Tyrrell & Robertson, LLC, our business law attorneys encourage all new business owners to consider creating a corporation or LLC. By creating a separate entity, you’ll better ensure that your private affairs will remain confidential while protecting your personal assets. If you’re not sure which to choose — corporation or LLC — we can help you make the best decision for your company. And if your new business has multiple owners, we can set up a formal organizational structure that will clarify the rights and obligations of each partner, explain how business will be conducted, and decide how disputes will be resolved.
Whether your business commonly makes transactions with other companies or with individuals, the terms of these transactions — the rights and obligations of each party — should be clear to everyone involved. Otherwise, you put your business at risk for a costly and stressful public litigation. To avoid such a pitfall, you need business law attorneys who will strive to ensure that client transactions (often contracts, sales, leases, and loans) are appropriately structured and prudently drafted.
Contact the Business Law Attorneys at RTR
Are you preparing to form a business? Or do you have a business in place that could use the attention of a business law attorney? To get started, please contact Replogle, Tyrrell, & Robertson. Our business law attorneys understand that every business is different, and with our experience and dedication, we can help you plan for the future. Give us a call at 417-859-3979 (Marshfield office) or 417-893-5121 (Springfield office) to get started.