Business Law

We help business owners get a new venture off to a good start and expand their businesses with intention.

We also offer workshops on a variety of business topics. We provide consultation on most everything related to business, including corporate or LLC structure, contracts, employment, financing, owner disputes and withdrawals, succession planning, and buying, growing, and selling a business or professional practice.

We work with all kinds of small businesses, including contractors, healthcare and other professionals, real estate developers, service providers, and retailers.

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Business Services

Cap City Law - Business Formation

Business Formation

  • Formation of profit and nonprofit corporations and LLCs
Cap City Law - Buying or Selling a Business

Buying or Selling a Business

  • Agreements and advice on mergers, acquisitions and sales
Cap City Law - Business Law

Legal Documents

  • Contract and lease review, negotiation and drafting
Cap City Law - Transition Planning

Transition Planning

  • Change happens. We help you anticipate and plan for it.
Cap City Law - Employment

Employment

  • Employer advice and documents from hiring to termination
Cap City Law - Disputes

Disputes

  • Resolution of business disputes via negotiation, mediation, collaborative law and litigation
Cap City Law - Debt Recovery

Debt Recovery

  • Debt collection and representation of creditors in bankruptcy
Cap City Law - Non Profits

Non Profits

  • We help nonprofits maintain their nonprofit status by providing sound legal advice and solid documents 

Small businesses and nonprofits often go without legal advice because they think they can’t afford it.

That approach is often penny-wise and dollar-foolish. Consulting with an attorney can help identify and resolve legal issues before they become complex (and expensive) problems.

Your business structure can make a difference in liability and how much you pay in taxes.
Which structure is right for you depends on:

  • a) whether you are running the business alone or with others

  • b) whether you need to be concerned about protecting yourself from liability, and

  • c) your commitment to maintaining good records so you can take advantage of tax-saving strategies.