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When Do I Need A Business Law Attorney?

If you are a small business owner, it can be difficult to know when you need services from a business law attorney. If you’re an entrepreneur or an established business owner, you know that it is not easy to find the money in your budget to pay for a lawyer when you need one. The legal professionals at Hanlon & Zubkus recommend getting a business lawyer before you run into trouble so that you can avoid any issues down the road.
Having an experienced attorney that is familiar with you and your business is an obvious plus, but sometimes it can be tricky to know if you need our help. Here are just a few situations in which you probably need an attorney to help you navigate the legal system or know what to do next:
1. You and your business partners want to make “special allocations” of profits and losses in your partnership agreement or LLC operating agreement. This is a complicated matter that needs to be carried out by a professional business law attorney.
2. You want to take your successful business and turn it into a franchise to grow your brand. We are familiar with this area of law and can make sure you file the appropriate paperwork and take proper precautions before entering into a new business venture.
3. If a local, state, or federal government entity files a complaint or opens an investigation of your business, it is wise to consult with a business lawyer to ensure that all of your bases are covered.

Stay Up On Law Changes

Do you know the most recent changes in business law that could affect your business this year? With so many regulations, rules and red tape to get your business off the ground and running, it can be hard to keep up on the latest changes once you’re already established. 
Luckily, it is our business to know the latest changes in law. The team at Hanlon & Zubkus will make sure your business is in the clear when new legal changes go through so that you can avoid fines or any delays in operations. 

Business Law Solutions in Rochester, NH

Business law, also known as commercial law, is the body of law that applies to the rights, relations, and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade, and sales. Business law is often considered to be a branch of civil law and deals with issues of both private law and public law.
If you need a business law professional in Rochester, NH, there is no better firm to turn to than Hanlon & Zubkus. Please contact us today for business law assistance and start taking the proper precautions for your business.

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