For small business owners in Texas, the number of legalities they must understand in order to start and run a business can quickly become overwhelming. At the same time, hiring in-house counsel can be unaffordable. This is why Justice Law Firm provides fixed-fee/flat-rate options in addition to hourly billing for some transactional services (inquire for more details). Partnering with a cost-conscious legal advisor throughout the process can help limit the stress as well as improve and protect your business and its operations. Justice Law Firm offers the services of a skilled, knowledgeable, and cost-conscious small business attorney to business owners throughout Tarrant, Dallas, Parker, and Denton County.
Running a business means many legal transactions. From forming a corporation (Inc.), limited liability company (LLC) or partnership at the start of your business to drafting contracts, buy-sell and dissolution agreements, the sheer amount of legal paperwork can be overwhelming. Justice Law Firm Transactional Business Law services include:
- Entity Selection and Formation
- General Contract Review and Drafting
- Commercial Leases and Sales
- Asset Protection
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Severance Agreements
- Trademark Registration
- Copyright Registration
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Dissolution Agreements
For each of these needs, Justice Law Firm is a trusted resource to keep your business on track.
Business and Commercial Litigation and Disputes
No matter how careful you are with your business dealings, you are going to face occasional disputes between clients, customers, employees, your landlord or other third parties. Whether you are facing a breach of contract or have an instance of fraud, including deceptive business practices, the right attorney can help navigate the road ahead while maintaining the integrity of your business. Also, if you are the victim of trade secrets theft or find that your business’s name has been damaged through disparagement or defamation, Justice Law Firm can help.
Texas Workforce Commission
The Texas Workforce Commission provides protections for your employees, and it is your job as a business owner to follow those regulations. Under these regulations, your business has a responsibility to provide fair wages to your employees based on the terms of the employment contract and applicable law. Unemployment and wage claims may require the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney, and Justice Law Firm can help.
Collection and Creditor’s Rights
If your small business has outstanding accounts, you may need an attorney’s help to collect on those debts. You may also find yourself victim of a fraudulent transfer by the debtor, which puts you at risk of not being able to regain what is owed to you from the proper party. If you are taking on the role of creditor, Justice Law Firm can help you understand and protect your rights. From obtaining and recording an Abstract of Judgment, to execution and garnishing bank accounts, to avoiding a fraudulent transfer by a debtor, Justice Law Firm will help ensure that you receive what is rightfully yours.
Running a business in Texas, successfully, is complicated. Make sure you are doing it well with the help of Justice Law Firm.