As a small business owner you are subject to the same rules and regulations as larger corporations. We can help you sort through the myriad laws and regulations affecting your business.
One of the first decisions you need to make when starting a new business is the type of business you want to create – do you want to be a sole proprietor, a partnership, a corporation or a limited liability company?
As your business grows so do the legal requirements surrounding your business. Budge Law Offices is there to help you along the way.
Buying an Existing Business: Buying a Business – whether to grow your existing business or start a new business? Be sure to do your homework, conduct thorough due diligence and have a kick ass agreement in place.
We know how businesses work and what they need, including the need for practical, timely solutions. Whether hourly or under a flat fee basis we can provide you with as much or as little consulting services as you need.
When starting a new business endeavor there are many decisions to make, such as choice of entity, obtaining licenses or permits, leasing space, and even hiring employees. Let Budge Law Offices help you with these decisions. Since all we do is represent small businesses, we can help you in every step along the way.
While start-ups and emerging businesses may not have the resources of established companies, they still face many of the same legal challenges. Budge Law Offices provides strategic business planning and legal advice to help emerging businesses develop into successful companies. Read More…
We know how businesses work and what they need, including the need for practical, timely solutions and not drawn out complex legal memorandums or agreements. We not only act as your attorney but also as your true business partner.
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