What an Attorney Can Do For Your Business

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Small Business Lawyer

By Orange County, NY Business Attorney Ronald J. Salvato

Forming a new business?  Selling your existing business?  Purchasing land to expand your current business.  Running a small business presents unique challenges for today's entrepreneur.  Many small business decisions require an attorney.  Some simply would benefit from the analysis of a commercial attorney. 
The purchase or sale of a business will usually involve the assistance of a business lawyer.  
The formation of a corporation, partnership,or  LLC  can benefit from advice from an attorney who has experience in business law. 
Some businesses find themselves in a position to sue or are defendants in a civil suit for money damages known as civil litigation.
New and existing businesses can benefit from a review of existing contracts for goods or services.  Also leases can be negotiated and drafted by an attorney specializing in business law.   Business lawyers also add value to clients bottom line by reviewing the standard sales or service contracts to insure they contain the most current language to protect the small business from liablity or costly mistakes of law. 
When expanding a business by purchasing commercial land for the development of a retail or manufacturing facility, or merely as investment property/rental, a small business operator can take advantage of the expertise and experience of a commercial real estate attorney in the review of offers to purchase, contracts of sale, contingencies, escrow agreements, commercial financing, title review, engineering review and planning/zoning board approval process.