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Whether you are thinking about starting a business, or you currently own a business, it is critical that you have written agreements or contracts to protect yourself and your business. The type of business that you form also lends itself to different business agreements. For example, you may opt to start a Limited Liability Corporation or a S or C Corporation. The documents needed may include a Management Agreement or Shareholder’s Agreement. The structuring of your business internally necessitates having our seasoned professionals help you navigate business decisions.
Hire The Right Business Contracts Lawyer
At Oppenheim Law, we have served South Florida for over 30 years, helping clients with all their business’ legal needs.
We cater to businesses of all sizes—no matter how small or large.
Need A Qualified Business Contracts Attorney?
Our firm can assist you with the full life-cycle of your business, whether you are a start-up, or you are about to sell. At all points of your business cycle, contracts are critical to not only the business operations but also to agreements with vendors, employees, investors, customers, and other third parties. Thus, businesses require agreements when dealing with outside vendors as well as internal processes.
Simply put, you need more than a simple handshake to protect your business interests and navigate the often-complex business situations that arise. Whether you sell products, lease equipment, or provide personal services, we are here to serve as your trusted counsellors to protect your legal and business interests through the preparation, negotiation, and review of your business contracts.
At Oppenheim Law, we represent clients in a broad range of corporate transactions and contracts, including the formation, acquisition, sale, and structuring of businesses. We have over 30 + years’ experience in providing seasoned business advice involving overall operational and management issues.
Need Business Contracts Between Partners?
Our firm has extensive experience in drafting, enforcing, and litigating business agreements and contracts. For many companies and industries, being able to negotiate and formulate air-tight contracts is a key asset. Having an experienced litigation team on your side to help enforce contracts or defend contractual claims is a priority. Whether you are attempting to form an agreement, renegotiate a contract or want to terminate a relationship, our team of attorneys at Oppenheim Law provide sound business judgment and experience, and will advise you effectively. We strategically handle contractual business issues.
What are Business Contracts?
Business formations & agreement attorneys advise clients each step of the business start-up process.
Oppenheim Law represents and advises clients regarding all aspects of business formation including:
3. Limited liability companies
5. Sole proprietorships
• Customized preparation of important corporate related documents, such as:
o Articles of Incorporation (Corporations) or Articles of Organization (LLCs)
2. Shareholder Agreements
3. Operating Agreements
4. Corporate Resolutions
5. Employment Agreements
6. Non-Disclosure Agreements
• Fiduciary Responsibilities:
Why are business contracts important?
In business, contracts are important because they outline expectations for both parties, protect both parties if those expectations aren’t met and lock in the price that will be paid for services.
Hiring an experienced attorney to assist you in preparing and negotiating the terms of your contracts protects you from potential legal pitfalls. To schedule a consultation with an attorney at Oppenheim Law today, contact us online or give us a call at 954-384-6114.
Oppenheim Law | Business Contract Attorneys
2500 Weston Rd #209
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331
Originally posted at: https://www.oppenheimlaw.com/what-we-do/business-corporate-law/business-contracts/
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