Business law

Business Law

New Jersey Business Law Attorney

Business Law

Regardless of size or endeavor, every New Jersey business owner needs at least two professionals.  Both an experienced business lawyer and an accountant are essential when pursuing company guidance.  At the onset, the first step is to seek counsel concerning business entity formation. You need to feel secure that your interests are protected in accordance with New Jersey law.

Notwithstanding, a business attorney is also crucial when it comes to ensuring that contracts and other forms have been drafted in accordance with New Jersey law.  Unfortunately, you may also need help with collections efforts when clients fail to afford payment for goods or services.

At the Ocean County Law Offices of DiFrancia & DeDona, we guide our business clients through all essential business formation steps securely and efficiently.  We take time to explain the logic behind our recommendations when we encourage you to form a particular business type.  

There are many details that require attention when building any kind of company.  In addition to choosing the most appropriate entity form for your business, certain legal documents are crucial.  For example, you may need by-laws and contracts to protect your business interests and legal rights. This isn’t something you should consider doing on your own and hope for the best. You need the helping hand of experienced New Jersey business attorneys, who can show you the right way to proceed.  

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What Types of Companies Need Legal Advice?

Unfortunately, some companies are under the misassumption that they can do without legal advice.  In our experience, every business owner should consider at least an initial meeting with an attorney.  At the onset, you should be concerned about the many aspects of business formation.  An example of some companies that our experienced business lawyers have helped includes the following:

  • Computer companies
  • Construction companies
  • Consulting companies
  • Family-owned businesses
  • Franchisees and franchisors
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Insurance brokers and agents
  • Investment advisory firms
  • Manufacturers
  • Mortgage Brokers
  • Not-for-profit organizations
  • Pest control companies
  • Professionals and professional organizations
  • Real Estate Brokers and Agents
  • Real estate developers and management companies
  • Restaurants
  • Software developers
  • Start-up and emerging companies
  • Technology companies
  • Title Companies
New Jersey Business Formation Lawyers 

Our business lawyers will take time in examining all the details of your business. Based on our findings, we will suggest the most suitable and affordable options that match your business model. Our Ocean County business formation lawyers have helped many entrepreneurs and professionals select the right business type for their specific goals and expectations. Once your company is ready to make its first business steps, our corporate attorneys will continue to support and advise you.  

At the Law Office of DiFrancia & DeDona P.C., forming an appropriate business entity is only the beginning of our work and commitment. Our priority is to provide you with experienced business law advice and tools to grow your company and match your expectations. Our skilled contract lawyers will draft bulletproof agreements that will cover every single aspect of your business operations and involvement. 

Behind Every Successful Company is A Team of Business Lawyers

We will also make sure that all of your business documents and decisions are fully in accordance with New Jersey statutory and regulatory requirements. Our job is to make it possible for you to run your business with complete peace of mind.  We will also advise you on significant compliance issues that may involve your particular business model.  When necessary, we are also available to assist with your collection efforts.

Feel free to focus on your company’s growth while our business lawyers minimize or eliminate any potential legal risks. This is an invitation to get in touch with experienced business lawyers in New Jersey. Our initial consultations are free and non-obligatory.  We are here to assist you as your company prospers.