For decades our business attorneys have handled all types of business transactions from the sales and purchases of start-up companies, to the sales, purchases and mergers of large multimillion dollar companies.
Likewise, our corporate attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in all types of business and commercial disputes in all state and federal courts throughout Northwest Florida, including Okaloosa County.
Our practice areas include:
- Formation and Dissolution of LLC’s, Corporations and other Business Entities
- Negotiation of Contracts
- Contract Disputes and Litigation
- Non-Compete and Trade Secret Litigation
- Buy/Sale/Merger of Businesses
- Employment Contract and Non-Compete Agreements
- All types of Business and Commercial Litigation
- General Legal Advice
- Business Consulting
Contact one of our experienced attorneys:
The business world is constantly changing, constantly growing, and constantly expanding. It takes a lot to stay on top of, and corporate lawyers are doing what they can to help their clients.
When you need legal help, it is our job to make sure it gets done right. Our experienced team of professional business and commercial litigation attorneys is always up to date on the newest commercial legal regulations. We can assure you that when you choose Anchors, Smith, and Grimsley, you will get a contract law lawyer that will fight for you.
Business Litigation Attorneys at ASG Legal
There are many different scenarios in which it makes sense to hire a business or commercial litigation lawyer. Contracts and negotiations can be tricky, finding the right contract law attorney is a great way to ensure that the deal you make is a good deal for you.
In addition to such things as contracts and negotiations, our experienced business litigation lawyers can help you navigate through the buy, sale, and merger of your business or corporation.
We can help you protect your business as well. Our commercial litigation attorneys can draft employment contracts for you, as well as non-compete agreements. If you are in competition with a firm with similar products or services, it is wise to make sure that the business you have built is protected from all angles.
Unfortunately, there may be a time when you will be faced with an adversary, someone who is interested in seeing your downfall, and you will be required to go to court. You will need an experienced commercial litigation attorney when entering this kind of legal battle.
You might also find yourself in need of an employment agreement attorney throughout the lifespan of your business. These agreements can be tedious, and one slip up could cost your company in more ways than one. A good employment agreement lawyer will look over contracts before you sign them, so you can have peace of mind knowing that you will be covered.
From start to finish, we can be by your side during court proceedings, ensuring that your interests are protected. Our team of commercial business litigation attorneys is well-versed in Florida, national, and international law.
Creating a New Company
Here at ASG Legal, we can help with both the creation and dissolution of a business or corporation. When forming a new business, there are multiple routes that you can take, and our business lawyers can guide you through the various options.
You can set up a sole proprietorship, for example, which means that you, or you and your spouse, own the business fully. Responsibility for any matter coming forth from the business is your responsibility. This also means that all profits and earnings are yours as well.
There is also what is known as a general partnership. This means you and one or more other individuals are partners in the new business venture. All partners are equally liable in the event of legal action. In theory, a partnership should also mean that each partner is bringing equivalent means to the operation, whether it be time, money, or talent.
In an LLC or limited liability corporation, you have general partners who are a lot like the partners listed above, but you can have limited partners who are generally investors, often absent from day-to-day operations. Their personal liability is limited to the amount of money that they have invested in your business.
Of course, sometimes you need to close a business. If you are in this position, we can help you with the logistics, as well as determining who should be entitled to what, following the correct procedures, and keeping the process moving fairly and efficiently.
Whether you are starting a new business, are merging with a larger company, or dissolving a company in Okaloosa County, our business litigation lawyers at ASG Legal are always on your team. Contact us today by calling (850) 863-4064. We look forward to working with you.