Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Why You Should Hire An Attorney When Starting A Business

Whether you are starting a large corporation or a small home-based business, one of the first things you should do is hire an attorney. Having a good business lawyer on your side will help you get started, and it will also help you if you run into problems down the road. With more than 23 years of experience, I have helped countless businesses with the legal needs. I can offer legal assistance in every aspect of business law.
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When you’re starting a business, there are several steps that need to be taken to do so legally, and it’s nearly impossible to know all the laws without professional legal experience. From leasing commercial property and understanding zoning laws to filing paperwork, a lawyer will help you make sure that everything is done properly. A good business attorney will also make sure your business will not run into any issues relating to trademarks or copyrights.

Your attorney can also help you with contracts, applications and other paperwork that may be involved in your business. If you are hiring people to work for you, he can help you make sure your application is written correctly and does not contain any problematic language. He can also assist you in creating an employee handbook and other important documents.

While one of the main reasons for hiring a lawyer when starting a business is to avoid legal problems, they still occur from time to time. Even a small lawsuit can shutter the doors of a new business. It is always advisable to have a lawyer on your side before problems arise so you know that someone will be there for you if they do.

When you hire me, you are hiring a full-service business attorney. In addition to offering legal counsel regarding the formation of a new business, I also have extensive experience in real estate law, and I am a licensed real estate broker in Colorado. With knowledge of both business and real estate law, I can help you find the perfect location for your business in addition to helping you take the correct legal steps to form your company.



Eric L. Nesbitt, Esq.
Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt, PC
Phone 303-741-2354
Email Us
Nesbitt Law Offices Website

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