Washington DC Business Law Firm
A Washington DC business law firm you can trust in an invaluable resource for your small business. At Antonoplos & Associates, we have provided legal services for over twenty years to a wide range of businesses and are ready assist your business achieve your goals and objectives.
Why Every Business Needs A Business Law Firm?
Most business owners face business-related legal decisions on a daily basis. As the owner of a small business this should be no surprise. However, when polled most small business lawyers don’t have a trusted small business attorney to represent their business. When asked why?
Most small business owners responded that they thought that a small business attorneys would be too expensive for the needs of a small business. As a result it appears that business owner only hire a business lawyer when serious legal issues come up.
At Antonoplos & Associates we don’t’ think you need a business law firm for every decision you make, however, good legal help is can be an invaluable resource to your company and for many business owners is simply part of the cost of doing good business. For many business owners consulting with a business attorney before making a major business decision can even help save your business money.
Below, you will find more information on how a Washington DC Business Law Firm can help your small business and a few of the situations we believe that you can handle on your own. For more information, contact Antonoplos & Associates today about questions regarding your small business and starting a dialogue with Antonoplos & Associates.
Business Issues That Don’t require a Business Law Firm
For most small business owners day to day business decision don’t require help from your attorney. Some decisions are straightforward.
Some of the more frequent business decisions that don’t require a business law firm include:
- Applying for business permits
- Documenting LLC meetings
- Submitting your IRS forms
- Creating and reserving a domain name for your business’ website
- Researching and choosing the name of your company
- Hiring independent contractors
While the list above in not exhaustive, we have tried to give you a sampling of the types of decisions that we believe every business owner is capable of making. In contrast, there are other times when you should hire a business lawyer to represent your business.
When Should You Retain A Business Law Firm
If you find that you are facing business legal problems you can’t handle or feel or don’t understand then it may be a good idea to hire a Washington D.C. business lawyer. At Antonoplos & Associates our business lawyers are dedicated to the goals and objectives of our clients and making them a reality. At the intersection of business and law our business attorneys are focused on representing the legal needs of Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, Small Business, C-Corps, S-Corps and B-Corps, Startups, Nonprofit Organizations and Publicly Traded Companies interests in the Washington, D.C. metro area and around the country. From formation to governance, to dispute resolution our business lawyers have the breath of experience to assist our clients in a wide spectrum of business matters.
- Business & Corporate Litigation
- Business Succession Planning
- Business Start Ups & Entrepreneurship
- Business & Corporate Transactions
- Corporations, Partnerships & Businesses: Formation and Governance
- Business Valuation & Disputes
- Non Profit Organizations
- Microfinance, Regulation D, Private Placements & Offering Documents
- Mechanics Liens & Priority of Interest Issues
Related Business & Corporate Law Practice Areas:
- • Stock Purchase Agreement
- • Asset Purchase Agreement
- • Business Valuation
- • Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement
- • Shareholder Agreement
- • Washington DC Business Law Firm
- • Partnership Agreement
- • Limited Liability Company
- • Limited Partnership
- • Special Purpose Entity
- • Corporate Formation
- • Limited Liability Partnership
- • Redemption Agreements
- • Business Litigation
- • Business Succession Planning
- • Business Startups
- • Business Transactions
- • Business Formation
- • Business Valuation & Disputes
- • Business Dissolution
- • Nonprofit Organizations