Spend More Time Growing Your Business
Among your many concerns when you’re starting or running a business are marketing, scheduling, billing, maintenance, and more. The last thing you need to do is add legal matters to your own plate.
Why Do I Need a Lawyer?
First of all, it’s important to note you don’t need a lawyer every step of the way. Some facets of running your business will simply be intuitive and you can do them on your own. However, other day-to-day legal needs aren’t nearly as common-sense, and to accomplish them correctly you’ll need help.
From contract drafting and review to collections and negotiations, we provide sound, conservative counsel to help your business operate smoothly. We’ll help you spend more of your time managing your business and less time managing your paperwork.
Business Operations Services
Sometimes you need help ensuring your business runs smoothly and that you fill your paperwork out correctly, like these common business forms. Some of the services we provide are:
These are a revenue stream for Texas, and are therefore monitored very closely by the government looking for more sources of income. That means it’s crucial you get them right to avoid an audit or extra fees.
Many details for a business can change in the course of a year, such as the business moving locations, changing management, or other factors. The annual filing provides the state with a way to keep updated information on businesses, and in order for your filing to always be current, you probably need help.
Ensuring you have all the major components of your contract in place so you aren’t taken advantage of later is crucial. A watertight contract will help make sure that all business responsibilities are written down and accounted for and the business relationship goes as smoothly as possible.
Not every business relationship works out. You want the right support in place in case you have to resolve a conflict with a business partner, associate, client, or customer.
Most business owners don’t have the legal tools to handle disputes on their own. A business lawyer can resolve a legal issue while protecting the business.
While a lot of your customers will be diligent about paying on time, there may be some who don’t want to pay their bill for various reasons. If you can’t get a customer or client to settle their tab, a Texas business lawyer skilled in collections can help resolve the issues, while ensuring you follow all the necessary laws relating to debt collections.
Contact Us for Help
If you want to learn more about the business services we offer to the Plano, Texas, area, please contact us. We are eager to help your business grow.