Business Law

Business law appears to start out easy. When you have an idea for a small business, it seems like all you need to do is take advantage of an online forms tool and file the right documents with the Michigan Corporation Division. After that, many people continue on with business as usual believing all they need to do is remember to renew the entity’s state registration.

Business Law

However, business law is more complex and inclusive than initially expected. Formation of your business entity is likely the most important step as that will determine your responsibilities and liabilities. As you continue with your enterprise, there will be contracts, partnerships, disputes, and even litigation arising from contract breaches or other liability issues.

When you start a business, your world can become complex very quickly. That is why it is important to hire a good business law attorney to guide you through formation and any future events. The Law Office of John Little, PLLC offers this assistance so your venture gets the right start but also receives representation through more complicated occurrences. We will not only help you through choosing the correct business entity for your trade but also assist with contracts, vendors, leases, and even litigation.

Taking these steps protects your enterprise from future liability but even then, it is not completely guaranteed that you will avoid a lawsuit, whether that includes defending one or filing one yourself. In these cases, it is better to have an attorney who knows your business well. Hiring us at your business’ foundation helps foster this knowledge, but even if your entity existed for years without legal representation, we are willing to help you through your current challenges by listening effectively and understanding your issues.

Our office is conveniently located in Royal Oak, MI and we serve Berkley, Southfield, Birmingham, Detroit, and all Southeast Michigan. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and start on the path of effective business law representation.