Southeastern PA Small Business Formation Lawyers
and Business Law Services
Prince Law Offices, P.C. — Serving Pennsylvania
Business formation is an important stage in the "life" of any new organization. In fact, what happens during that stage can ultimately determine whether a new endeavor will survive long-term.
That said, no business, no matter how well or "correctly" it's organized, will last long without access to sound legal advice and services designed to steer it clear of potential trouble spots.
Here, you'll find the advice and services you need for every critical stage of your company's life.
At Prince Law Offices, we help clients to form new businesses, reorganize existing companies and achieve independence and success. We can help you too. To find out how, call or contact us today and arrange for a free initial consultation.
Business formation and reorganization services our attorneys can help you with include the formation of sole proprietorships, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited liability partnerships (LLPs), S-corporations, C-corporations and other business entities. We can also help you to reorganize an existing business as a new type of entity, draft articles of incorporation, write or rewrite bylaws, and comply with corporate governance requirements.
Our services for existing business also include assistance with business contracts and transactions, real estate issues (including commercial landlord-tenant disputes), defending creditor lawsuits, drafting and review of employment contracts, employment law advice, business succession planning, and resolving business disputes through mediation, arbitration or civil litigation.
For two decades, we've been earning the trust of your family,
friends, neighbors and co-workers. Today, let us earn yours.
To discuss your business formation or business law needs with one of our lawyers, call us at 610-365-7033 or 877-860-5134 or contact our firm online, and we'll reply to your e-mail as soon as possible.
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