Experienced Commercial Litigation Attorneys Serving Indianapolis Business Law Matters
Focusing on Bankruptcy, Commercial Law, Creditor’s Rights
Business is all about managing risk. Successful businesses find ways to reduce risk while maximizing growth opportunities. Sounds simple, right? Now add to this equation changing economic factors, heated partnership disputes, challenging cash flow issues, and breached vendor contracts and the viability of a business can become questionable.
How can a business remain focused while also dealing with disagreements, demands, and broken promises? An experienced, knowledgeable business attorney can be one of the greatest assets a business owner has on their team. From issues related to financial distress to contract disputes, a business law attorney can help a business efficiently manage its risk and allow management to stay focused on daily operations.
Financial challenges can happen at any time. When problems arise, having sound legal advice can be a considerable asset in managing risk. We form strong relationships with our business clients and work hard to understand what makes them successful so we can offer the best legal advice for each unique situation. We combine our knowledge of business laws & regulations with industry trends to recommend the smartest course of action for our clients.
Having the right lawyer on your team can make all the difference when facing serious financial struggles. We find workable solutions for businesses and creditors. Each circumstance is different—secured creditors, insolvent businesses, and financial institutions all need legal representation to most effectively resolve these problems.
Business Entity Creation
A business attorney well-versed in Indiana law can help represent the best interest of the business and put you in a position to succeed. Business entity selection is often the first step to help insulate you from legal risk. Consulting with an attorney to best decide how to set up your business can go a long way in protecting your legal rights.
- Sole Proprietor
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
- Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
- “C” Corporation
- “S” Corporation
In addition to the creation of the business management structure, a business lawyer can also help write and review contracts used to negotiate everything from leases and supplies to hiring employees.
Contact us today. Let our experienced business attorneys handle your commercial law matters.