New Jersey Business Formation Lawyers
Choosing the right type of organizational entity is the first step in growing a successful business. In fact, it lays the groundwork for all subsequent planning, contracts, employment agreements, business sales and acquisitions, succession plans, and tax decisions.
Choosing the right business law firm can go a long way towards making that first step a good one.
If you are planning on starting a business in Somerset County, Union County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, Essex County, Morris County, or anywhere else in New Jersey, contact our New Jersey business law attorneys for assistance.
Business Law Experience
The New Jersey law firm of Aiello, Harris, Abate, Law Group PC has been serving the community and providing honest and responsible legal representation to local businesses since 1955. The quality of our work over this period has earned us the respect of courts, judges, and our peers in the legal community. We are experienced and knowledgeable in all aspects of business and commercial law and we can provide you with all of the services and guidance you will need to keep your business healthy and thriving for years to come.
Starting A Business
In starting a new business, it is important that you consider issues of personal liability, tax consequences, business growth, and other concerns before choosing the best operating structure for your enterprise.
Our lawyers can advise you of the various advantages and disadvantages associated with choosing entities such as proprietorships, partnerships and corporations, as well as the sub-structural options of limited liability partnerships, for-profit corporations, not-for-profit corporations, sole proprietorships, charitable foundations, family trusts, public trusts, and all others recognized under New Jersey business law.
How Can We Help Your Established Business?
If you already have an established business, then factors involving growth, contraction, diversification, merger, technological innovation, economic conditions, relocation, governance, succession, or continuity issues can create new challenges for you to deal with. An astute business lawyer can provide you with ongoing legal advice and help you to shape and re-form your business in ways that better reflect your changing needs and avoid any new pitfalls.
Some of our firm’s other business and commercial law services include:
- Business transactions
- Compliance with governance requirements
- Employment Contracts
- Non Compete Agreements
- Contract Disputes
- Severance Packages
- Employee manuals and training
- Business succession plans
- Business tax planning
- Mediation and arbitration
- Commercial litigation
Our attorneys are well versed in both state and federal laws and can handle any type of case you have, from simple transactions to complex cases involving several layers of relationships and extensively detailed contracts and agreements. However, when you are looking for a law firm to conduct transactional legal services, you should consider hiring attorneys that are the best at litigating business contracts because they are usually the best attorneys at writing them too.
In an ideal world, no disputes would ever arise between businesses or their customers. Yet we all know the realties of business are different. When disputes do come up, you can be assured that we will stress timely and cost-effective legal solutions whenever possible. However, litigation is sometimes required. When this is the case, we will be fully prepared to protect your interests in court.
Contact An Experienced New Jersey Business Lawyer
For a free initial consultation with a New Jersey business disputes law firm, call Aiello, Harris, Abate, Law Group PC at (908) 561-5577 or contact us online at any of our New Jersey law offices.