Business Law

Our Business Formation and Transactions Attorneys Are Committed to Your Success

Whether you’re an established business owner or starting a new business, having a business law attorney experienced in business formation and transactions is a must. The business law attorneys of The Cronin Law Firm have not only legal expertise, but practical business knowledge to help advise business clients on day-to-day operations. In addition, Cronin Law has both a full-time accountant, specializing in tax law, and an experienced bankruptcy attorney on staff. Whatever your business is facing, Cronin Law is ready to guide you through.

How We Can Help

Choosing which legal entity to use for your new business is one of the most important decisions you’ll face when starting a business in Michigan. It is important to understand both the tax and legal advantages of each type of business, as well as how the selection will affect your daily operations. Once you’ve established a business entity there are many transactional and employment issues that must be addressed.

By discussing your business goals in detail, the experienced business law attorneys of The Cronin Law Firm will help you select the business entity type that is best for your specific needs. Whether you decide on an S Corp, C Corp, Sole Proprietorship, LLC, or Partnership, The Cronin Law Firm will prepare the necessary documents, including initial contracts, operating agreements, bylaws, and articles of organization or incorporation, to get you up and running.

Perhaps you already own an established business but wonder whether a different business structure is necessary due to growth or changes in operations. Our business formation attorneys will help you determine the path that’s best in terms of liability and profits. The Cronin Law Firm can also assist clients who are licensing or franchising a business.

Transactional services offered by The Cronin Law Firm include:

  • Contracts
  • Financial agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Employment and independent contractor agreements
  • Trademarks and copyrights
  • Compliance documents (state and federal)
  • Tax management documents
  • Bankruptcy filings

Invest in Your Success

There are many online sites that offer “quick and easy” advice and services for starting a business, but cutting corners at the start can cost your business in the end. Failing to properly comply with the business formalities required under Michigan law can have devastating consequences for business owners.

Rely on The Cronin Law Firm to protect and grow your business. Contact us today.

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