Having great legal support doesn’t have to take an army of lawyers and tens of thousands of dollars to achieve. Gov Doc Filing is proud to partner with an extremely talented and experienced team of lawyers because we believe that every small business should have access to the high-quality legal services formerly only available only to big corporations.

This legal team was designed to be highly efficient due to the fact that their attorneys uphold a practice that includes both transactional work and litigation.  As a result, they bring to the table the invaluable experience of having both drafted numerous contracts and litigated a multitude of contractual disputes.

Our legal team has significant experience for you and your small business which includes but is not limited to:

Commercial litigation
Contractual disputes
Business tort litigation
Consumer protection litigation
Mortgage fraud litigation
Franchise litigation
Corporate document preparation
Business formation
Drafting and negotiation of contracts and the provision of general business advice.

Most Common Legal Questions for Small Businesses:

  1. Should I form an LLC or Corporation? (Try our entity selection survey)
  2. Should I form my entity in my state or elsewhere?
  3. What are the benefits of becoming an LLC vs Corp?
  4. Whether someone is an employee or independent contractor?
  5. Why is it critical to invest in agreements when multiple partners/owners/shareholders are involved?

We here are Gov Doc Filing aim to provide a summary of the most relevant and important information you will need when starting a business, but everyone’s individual situation is different, and it is always a good idea to consult with a Legal Services Professional in circumstanced like these. We hope to have provide you a one stop shop resource for all of your business needs. Fill out the form below to connect directly with an experienced lawyer! 

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Additional Strategies to Avoid (or Survive) Litigation for the Small Business

  1. Memorialize agreements in writing.
  2. Conduct research on people or companies before doing business with them.
  3. Invest in legal advice.
  4. Insure your business.
  5. Invest time planning your business structure.
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