South Carolina Business Law
Our clients include majority business owners, 50-50 partners, and business owners with minority interest in family-owned businesses, medical practices, real estate, retail, technology, manufacturing, and others. Business law covers many types of transactions that business owners face today and our law firm can make the difference between the success or failure of your company.
Among the areas of Business Law practice we specialize in are:
Contracts and contract disputes
Litigation and appeals
Mediation and arbitration
Business planning and consulting services
Business agreements, ownership, or partnership disputes
Business succession and reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, purchase or sales of businesses
Business organization (formation and structures, choice of entity, entity formation, Limited Liability Companies)
Or just about anything else that relates to owning and operating a business of any size
South Carolina Business Law Attorney
Our experienced and aggressive business law attorney serves South Carolina in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson areas. With a passion for justice, our firm offers effective representation in business law and litigation. We know how to protect our client’s interests and position your business for continued or future success.
We are a client-centered, results-oriented law firm offering an array of one-off or long-term services from business start-up to legal support for ongoing operations, as well as quality legal representation in the litigation of business disputes in the courtroom.
Free Business Law and Litigation Consultation
Whether you are just starting a business and need to choose a business entity or are facing a legal issue relating to your already-existing business, call our firm to support your legal needs. Call us today for a free consultation from a South Carolina business lawyer that’s ready to serve both large and small business owners like you.
What Else You Should Know
Discontent in business relations can happen to anyone for reasons ranging from greed to marital discord, family arguments, death in the company, vendor disagreements, power struggles, and more. It is important to find the best South Carolina Business Litigation attorney you can to protect you and your business, from written agreements to disputes.
CALL OUR OFFICE TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE SOUTH CAROLINA BUSINESS LAW CONSULTATION.