If you are considering starting a business in the Birmingham, AL area, or you are considering purchasing an existing business, we can help. We know having good legal advice from day one can help you avoid problems later.
Formation & Negotiation
When purchasing an existing business, you want an attorney who will help you negotiate suitable terms and conditions. You want to make sure your interests are protected throughout the process.
For those who are starting a new business, you will need to decide what business structure is best for your needs. There are numerous considerations which must be made including tax ramifications, ongoing disclosure requirements, and liability issues which must be reviewed before deciding which business structure works best.
The process of incorporating a business can be challenging. There are specific documents which must be filed with the state, IRS guidelines which must be followed, and limitations on who may be an owner of the corporation. We can help you through the legal hurdles necessary to file your Alabama Articles of Incorporation and make sure your business gets off on the best legal footing.
Contracts & Breach of Contract
New business owners need to have contracts with employees, business partners, and vendors. Out of necessity, these contracts should be drawn up by an attorney who understands your business goals. Contracts must be written in a manner that is consistent with state and federal laws, while still protecting your interests.
When a business partner, vendor, or contractor does not fulfill their obligations under your contract, we can provide you assistance in filing a lawsuit for breach of contract. We understand when someone violates the terms of a contract, it can be damaging to your business.
Contact Tron Law Firm if you are considering purchasing a business or starting a new business. We can help you with the necessary legal documents required to start a business in Birmingham, AL or the surrounding area. We have experience helping business owners get started and helping them enforce contracts.