Choosing a Business Attorney
If you are starting a business, or hoping to assure the success of your business, would you not be comforted by having legal counsel who has specialized in detecting and resolving problems for the business in financial distress? Who would be better suited to understanding what it would take to avoid financial problems for a business, than a lawyer who has spent a career in addressing those problems?
Any lawyer can form a business. The questions you should seek when choosing a lawyer are:
Does the lawyer understand the intricacies of and bring creative thinking to shareholder agreements, operating agreements, and proper corporate formality?
Does the lawyer consider the measures necessary to protect the individual owners, directors and shareholders from liability arising from the business?
Does the lawyer help instill in management an understanding of the necessary safeguards and danger signals to recognize, and address, financial problems?
Ask us those questions before deciding on counsel to help you start, or protect the health of, your business.