Business Advising

Business Advisory Services

Every time we meet with a new client (and existing client for that matter), the approach is the same. We actively listen to what our clients are saying. If we want to understand what brought you to our offices, we need to do more than just hear what you are saying, we need to understand the motivations behind what you saying. This is why we never charge for the initial meeting. It is important that you feel comfortable while you learn about us; while you decide whether you want to work with us - to retain our firm. There is no way we can provide business advisory services to the level that meets our standards if you are not comfortable and are constantly checking your watch.

Working with our Clients

What sets our advisory services apart from other firms? It is a common question and one you should not be afraid to ask. The answer is simple. We do not work for our client. The attorneys at this firm work with our client. We are committed to provide personalized attention to each individual or business we represent. We will work with you to understand your business as it stands today and where you want to be tomorrow. We endeavor to respond to your questions for guidance and also highlight both business dangers and opportunities that may be hidden that you need to be aware of. Working with our clients also means that work will be delivered in a timely manner that works for your schedule and not ours. Phone calls are returned promptly.

Examples of Recent Projects
  • Negotiate and draft shareholder agreements, LLC operating agreements and partnership agreements
  • Provide advisory services related to forming appropriate business entities taking into account both tax, liability and funding concerns
  • Advising clients on various methods to obtain capital (money) and the differences between debt and equity financing - review and documentation of these types of deal
  • Establish form customer and vendor agreements
  • Developing employment policies and procedures including employment agreements and independent contractor agreements
  • Advising on restrictive covenants and likelihood of enforcement
  • Drafting employment manuals that are unique to each business

If you have questions about your business, please contact us. We look forward to helping you.