Experienced Lafayette Business Lawyers
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As the backbone of our economy, small businesses regularly need capable legal counseling and representation. Today, businesses are constantly facing new government regulations, as well as the ever-changing landscape of employment law. Experience matters when it comes to representing small businesses. Contact a highly-experienced business lawyer in Lafayette, Indiana today!
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Based in Lafayette, our law firm represents individuals, families, and business professionals in a wide range of matters.
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How Our Business Lawyers Can Help
Starting a Business in Lafayette, IN
Whether you want to be a sole proprietor, or wish to form a corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, or general partnership, we have the background and experience to help you. We will counsel you, usually in consultation with your accountant or tax advisor, on which entity to select, and will prepare the proper documentation.
Buying or Selling a Business
When buying or selling a business, you should retain a lawyer to advise you during the process and to assist you in preparation and review of sales documentation. The process of buying or selling a business involves important issues of law and liability. We can assist in guiding you through this process.
Business Real Estate Law
A real estate transaction involves significant legal issues and obligations. Our attorneys have experience in all aspects of real estate and real estate transactions—buying, selling, mortgages, title insurance, filing mechanics liens, environmental issues, zoning, and more.
Advising on Employment Law
ADEA, ADA, EEOC, FMLA — some of the employment law acronyms that create pitfalls for employers. Our attorneys routinely advise small businesses and newly-formed businesses on the intricacies of employment law. Today’s employers are expected to navigate an ever-changing set of laws and regulations for hiring, firing, and working with their employees. Our attorneys can guide you through these various laws. We also have experience representing employers who have received complaints from the EEOC or Indiana Civil Rights Commission.