Business Law Lawyer Lansing MI
Small Business / Non-Profit Law
This area of practice typically includes businesses that are not publicly traded. What sort of business organization is best? Are you buying a business rather than starting from scratch? If so, are you buying assets or the entire other business?
What route will you pick? A sole proprietorship, a limited liability company or partnership, or might another way be smarter?
Once the business is running, the typical ongoing needs of the business, like leases or purchases, loans, contract formation or negotiation, operation agreements, service agreements and other reviews often crop up.
With non-profit organizations there may be both operational and organizational needs, as well as requirements surrounding fundraising and tax exemption. annual report filings, and so on. Are you prepared to respond appropriately to your many stakeholders?
How about contract issues and employment issues, including unfair discharges? Call us about these matters to see if we can help.
A dedicated and friendly advocate with a passion for the law, particularly as it intersects with the rights of the elderly and undeserved.
When I needed him, Brad was there. . . Every time. . . He has much patience, perseverance, is not pushy, but yet with his expertise, knowledge and research, knows how to write or say what is needed to get results! He went out of his way to get me out of a big bind I was put in. Thank you :- ) Michael Hicks Hicks Agency (Insurance) 428 W. Lenawee St. Lansing MI
You are a strong and knowledgeable advocate for the personal rights of all Michiganders but especially for the disabled and elderly. Personally, you are a sincere and honest individual and helping other people comes naturally.
…Brad was extremely thorough when explaining, and also open-minded to my suggestions and concerns. He seems to understand life thru many perspectives; I believe we got along great considering the age gap between us. It could be education, it could be his ability to relate…