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Business Law

Startup Concerns

Contract Reviews

Liability Assessment

Lease Negotiations

Policies & Procedures

Why Speights?

Even if you’re sure you want to work with a lawyer for business consulting, you may not be sure that Speights Law is the right option for your needs. Our clients rely on us because we're in it for the long haul. We are a small firm with a dedication to exceptional services and commitment to our clients’ success. We can help you establish and maintain a thriving business with minimized risk for litigation. We also offer convenience because we can help you with a full range of legal services for business, including contracts, policies and procedures, and liability audits.

Why Work With A Lawyer For Business Consulting?

There are a lot of things you can do for yourself when it comes to building your own business. But, tackling all of the legal processes associated with starting or sustaining a business on your own may not be the best idea. There are many pitfalls that those who aren’t experienced with business law may find themselves falling into, but working with a knowledgeable attorney or business consultant can help ensure your business grows and thrives. Some of the reasons you should consider business consulting include:

  • Startup concerns – should you file paperwork for a DBA, LLC, PLLC, or incorporation? Do you really need your employees and vendors to sign contracts? A lawyer can help you tackle these and other startup concerns. 


  • Contract review – businesses involve contracts for employees, vendors, service providers, and others. Make sure you’re getting the most out of your contracts with a legal review of your contact terms. 


  • Liability assessment – there are possible risks associated with just about any business, and having a lawyer review your business processes for potential liabilities in advance can mean the difference between a turning a profit and shuttering your new company. 


  • Lease negotiations – you’ve found the perfect location for your new business, but now you need to negotiate the lease and deal with the associated documents and contracts. Are you even getting a good deal? A lawyer can help you protect your business profit and ensure you get a good deal on your lease contract. 


  • Policies & procedures – to protect your business from potential legal action, you should have policies and procedures in place and accessible for vendors, employees, contractors, and customers alike. These legal documents ensure all parties have appropriate expectations, and potential areas of dispute are clarified.

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