New Jersey Business Attorneys
Whether you need legal assistance to help you start your business or to represent you in complex business litigation, you should seek assistance from a New Jersey business attorney. We represent businesses throughout New Jersey in all of the following:
- L.L.C. formation
- Corporation/P.C. formation
- Partnership agreements
- Lease of real and commercial property
- Security agreements
- Contractual disputes
- Business litigation
- General business contract review
- General business consultation
We offer additional services to businesses in New Jersey. Please call us or fill out our contact us form to find out how we may assist you.
Starting a Business in New Jersey
If you are interested in starting a business in New Jersey you should take advantage of the available online resources to get a better understanding of how the process works. A good place to start is State of New Jersey Starting A Business Page. A guide published by the New Jersey State Bar Foundation, Starting and Succeeding with a New Business, also contains valuable information for new entrepreneurs. After getting familiar with the basics, the next and step is to consult with a New Jersey business attorney.
A New Jersey business attorney can help you decide what type of business structure is best for you. There are four main business structures in New Jersey: solo proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company, and corporation. All business structures have advantages and disadvantages. The two main factors to consider when picking a business structure are taxes and liability.
If you are starting a business with a partner you should have a New Jersey business attorney prepare a partnership agreement. If you are going to purchase or rent commercial property in New Jersey it is always a good idea to talk to a business attorney before entering into any contract. The bottom line is that you will need a business attorney at one point or another to protect your business and yourself. In most circumstance, the earlier you obtain a good business attorney, the less legal work will ultimately need to be performed.