Business Law

Your business is our business

Whether you are

in the initial formation of your business, need help with a contract, or are facing civil litigation our business attorneys are here to help.

Forming your business correctly will help to ensure that your company and your own personal assets are protected. Proper formation will also provide the foundation for your company’s growth. Our business lawyers realize that your business is also your dream and we want to help you protect that dream.

We understand that your bottom line is important, so we will only conduct the necessary legal services for your business. We offer the guidance you need to give you peace of mind and protect what you have worked so hard for through a full line of business legal services:

  • Business Formation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Contract Drafting / Review
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Document Reviews
  • Employment Agreements
  • Breach of Duties Between Company Members
  • Non-Competition Agreements
  • Foreclosure Defense
  • Bank Financing
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Dissolution
  • Most Other Business Services

The business formation process

  • Free phone consultation

    Business free phone consultation

    You can call and speak directly with a business law attorney to discuss your needs and answer any initial questions that you may have. We will determine your legal needs and schedule you for your initial in-person meeting.

  • Your first meeting

    First business meeting

    You will meet with your attorney and discuss all matters relating to your case. We will gather all your information to open up your file and complete any necessary paperwork. We will also determine the proper course of action in your case. This includes what type of business structure to use that most benefits and protects you and your business.

  • Review & prepare documents

    Business document review

    Your attorney will prepare and review all necessary documents to form your business. This includes the paperwork required by the Secretary of State and can also include operating agreements, partnership agreements, real estate contracts, and more.

  • Your second meeting

    Second business meeting

    At the second meeting you will meet with your attorney and review all pertinent documents. You will also sign the documents after any needed changes or additions are made. You may have additional questions as well that your business attorney can answer.

  • File paperwork

    Your formation paperwork will be filed with the Secretary of State or other applicable agency. Your company will be officially formed once the paperwork is received and processed by the agency!

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Our Attorneys-Lawyers Can Help You

Learn why the award winning

firm of Barr, Jones & Associates is the right choice for your business law matter by calling us now for a free phone consultation with one of our business law attorneys. Our lawyers will be by your side to protect you and your business.