This is about protecting your business and personal assets. We have counseled hundreds of small businesses in Texas with drafting agreements, contracts and general advice concerning the operation of the business.
We can help you with the following:
We want to build a long-term relationship with you. That means having the peace of mind that if something goes wrong, you have a team who is ready to help you solve your problems. Most people avoid talking to attorneys due to the expense. Every conversation is billed, anytime you have a question it’s another expense. This is due to hourly billing. For 95% of our clients, we do away with hourly billing. This means fees are transparent and fixed. Everything we do is focused on adding value to your business.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Benjamin Franklin.
This really sums up the need for having solid agreements and contracts in place. Often times a small business will avoid this expense because it does not add to the immediate bottom line. However, this is a lesson you don’t want to learn the hard way. We can help avoid a lot of litigation by simply drafting well thought out agreements. Everything we do is intended to add value and we are up front about all costs associated. If you have any questions, or simply want a contract or agreement reviewed or drafted, setup a meeting and we can go through all options and what the associated costs will be.
Besides the tax benefits of creating a business, you want to make sure your assets are protected. We can help structure your entity in a way that maximizes asset protection while reducing costs.
We can make sure you comply with all state/federal requirements, register your entity of choice and ensure that you start with momentum. We offer fixed pricing and try to avoid hourly billing at all costs. Whatever the need is, contact us and we can discuss. The first meeting is always free.
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