As you start a new business, you want to keep costs down to boost your profits as much as possible. Although you may not think it is necessary right at first, hiring a small business lawyer can protect your business’ reputation and your future success. Here’s how:
- If a prospective, current, or former employee sues your business on the grounds of discrimination during hiring, firing, or creating a hostile work environment, a small business lawyer can step in and protect your interests.
- A lawyer can help if a local, state, or federal government entity files a complaint against your business or investigates your operations.
- Work with a small business lawyer if you want to specially allocate profits or losses or you want to contribute a property that has appreciated to either a partnership or LLC agreement.
- You are in the midst of selling your small business or acquiring a new one, and you want to make sure you successfully transfer all of the assets. A small business lawyer can oversee the entirety of this process.
- An environmental issue has arisen, and another party has accused your business with involvement. Your lawyer can help protect your interests.
These are just a few examples of how a small business lawyer can support your business. At Tarantino Law, PLLC, we can provide customized legal services based on your business’ unique industry and the legal challenges you face.