BUSINESS LAWYER BOCA RATON
Our Real Estate, Probate, and Business Law legal services represent companies throughout Boca Raton, Jupiter, Fort Lauderdale and surrounding areas including Lake Worth Beach, Lantana, Wellington, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, Davie, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, and Port St. Lucie. Regardless of your location, you can rely on our expertise and unwavering dedication to providing exceptional legal support tailored to your specific needs.
Specializing In Real Estate legal problems, Probate matters, and Business law complex problems.
Our BocA RATON REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Buyer/Seller Representation
- Transfer Of Property
- Quiet Title Action
- Unlawful Detainer
- Ejectment Action
- Evictions – Commercial or Residential
- Lease Agreements – Leasing Disputes
Business owners understand that every day presents new opportunities for growth and success, but also comes with unexpected challenges. Some of these challenges are expected in the normal course of doing business, while others can arise suddenly. The ability of a business to take advantage of opportunities can determine its profitability and sustainability, while the ability to effectively confront challenges and mitigate risks is crucial to its long-term success. To ensure the smooth functioning of a business, various agreements and contracts can be put in place. These include partnership agreements, shareholder agreements, buy-sell agreements, vendor contracts, customer contracts, marketing agreements, employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, strategic partnership agreements, and non-disclosure agreements.
Partnership agreements establish the terms and conditions of a partnership between two or more parties. Shareholder agreements outline the rights and responsibilities of shareholders in a company. Buy-sell agreements dictate what will happen to a partner’s shares in the event of their death, disability, retirement, or voluntary departure. Vendor contracts outline the terms of a company’s relationship with its suppliers, while customer contracts establish the terms of the company’s relationship with its clients.
Independent contractor agreements set out the terms of a company’s relationship with its contractors. Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements restrict employees from competing with the company or soliciting its clients or customers after they leave the company.
Strategic partnership agreements establish the terms of a partnership between two or more companies. Finally, non-disclosure agreements ensure the protection of confidential information shared between two or more parties.
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Our philosophy is to couple exceptional representation with hospitality-level customer service delivering a legal solution tailored to the particular needs of our clients.