Business Law Attorney in Dallas
With Offices in Rockwall, TX
When you start a business, your biggest concern may be whether your product or service will be profitable. You may spend a significant portion of your time crunching numbers, determining how much it will cost to get your business up and running, and how long it may be before you begin to see substantial revenue. Alternatively, you may be considering purchasing an established business because you believe you have the capital resources needed to see a large return on your investment.
However, many of your eventual concerns may be legal, rather than financial—and you might not be aware of these concerns unless you have an experienced professional by your side. At The Cramer Law Group, our attorney has 26+ years of experience representing all types and sizes of businesses. Mr. Cramer can help you anticipate issues, select the most appropriate entity, protect your business from liability concerns, handle disputes, and much more.
What Our Attorney Can Do for Your Business
Behind every smart business transaction is a highly skilled and experienced lawyer. If you are unsure whether you need counsel or representation for your business law matter, know that the most successful businesses invest in the highest quality legal services before making a substantial decision.
For some of our clients at The Cramer Law Group, we step in to assist with high-stakes transactions. For others, we provide day-to-day guidance, protecting them from liability risks and costly disputes. No matter the size or structure of your business, investing in our support can greatly improve your odds of long term success.
Mr. Cramer can perform all the following services for your business, and more:
- Create a new LLC or other type of business entity
- Understand the fundamentals of your industry, business model, and entrepreneurial goals
- Provide insight into the various subsections of business law, including corporate law, partnership law, sales law, securities law, and more
- Inform you regarding the different types of business entities, their tax implications, and which entity may be right for your business
- Anticipate legal or financial obstacles that may accompany any given decision or transaction
- Draft and review complex documents, such as security agreements, loan agreements, promissory notes, and more
- Provide remedies when a borrower or client defaults on payment of loans, goods, or services
- Ensure your business complies with local, state, and federal business regulations and statutes
- Represent your interests during mergers and acquisitions
- Negotiate with other parties to obtain deals that advance your business’s best interests
- Develop short-term and long-term legal and financial plans
- Prevent, manage, mediate, and/or litigate contract disputes
In essence, Mr. Cramer’s business law services are comprehensive. Since 1994, we have provided nothing short of exemplary counsel and representation for sole proprietors and business entities throughout the state of Texas, and we look forward to providing you with this same level of support.