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Stroudsburg Business Law

Owning a business is not easy. There are so many aspects involved that can affect your business long term or even on a daily basis. If not handled properly, they can negatively impact your company. Get help from a Stroudsburg business lawyer.

Common Reasons You Might Need a Business Lawyer

While many aspects of a business can be handled without a lawyer, there are some situations in which having the right legal help can be priceless. Here are some situations in which you might want to hire a business lawyer:

  • Business formation. You need to choose the right business structure for your company, as this will determine taxes and how your business will operate. Most individuals will choose sole proprietorships, but if there are two or more people involved, then you might choose a partnership. A large business might register as a corporation. There are also limited liability companies to consider. All business structures have their pros and cons, so work with a lawyer to help you understand which one is right for your company.

  • Contracts. Contracts are essential when working with customers, as you want to ensure everything involved in a transaction is in your best interests. However, creating the right contract is not always easy. If another party creates a contract, they may try to take advantage of you. Work with an attorney to ensure that the right terminology is included.

  • Lawsuits. A lot of business owners do everything themselves and then they end up getting used. You can avoid lawsuits by working with an attorney from the get-go. If you ever are used, though, an attorney can assess your situation and help you understand your options. An attorney can lessen the amount of damage your business can face. Plus, they can help you with negotiations and litigation, if necessary.

Dealing With Disputes

Business law attorneys are helpful for dealing with disputes. Breach of contract is a common issue that companies face. They may be accused of not fully performing all details of their contract. If the parties cannot reach a settlement on their own, the case will likely be brought to court. The judge will assess the situation and try to determine all the elements involved. For example, was there a contract in place? What did it require? Was the contract modified? If a breach occurred, why? Did it result in any damages?

Some contracts already have remedies in place for a breach of contract. Others do not, so it would be up to the judge to decide how to compensate the victim. Usually, the compensation is monetary.

Contact Us Today

Owning a business may seem like a dream for many people, but it comes with many challenges. There are many elements involved and if the laws are not properly followed, you could face lawsuits and other legal ramifications.

Seek legal help from The Needle Law Firm. We can assist you in ensuring all your business transactions go smoothly. Fill out the online contact form or call (570) 344-1266 to schedule a consultation.

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