Running a business effectively requires discipline, time and passion for your work. At T.W. Stevens Law Firm, PLLC, we realize the amount of effort and pride our clients place in their businesses. Our goal is to match our clients’ efforts by providing them with seamless service in all aspects of state and federal business law.
Contact us to schedule an appointment with a knowledgeable business lawyers at our office conveniently located in Dover, New Hampshire.
Preparing and Carrying Out Business Transactions
At T.W. Stevens Law Firm, our experienced business law attorneys assist businesses and business owners with a full range of transactional matters. We pride ourselves on our ability to develop creative and sophisticated solutions to the many legal issues that face large and small businesses, both ordinary and extraordinary.
You can rely on us to provide consistent service in all of the areas where the typical business needs legal advice and representation, including the following:
- Choice of entity and formation of corporations, S Corporations, partnerships, LLCs and LLPs
- Dissolutions and liquidations
- Mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and reorganizations
- Negotiation and drafting of business contracts
- Negotiation and drafting of financing agreements
- Preparation of operating agreements, bylaws, minutes and shareholder agreements
- Tax and succession planning
Many of the problems your business is likely to face have legal solutions. Our diligent lawyers are skilled at finding these solutions within all areas of business law, including areas where business law interacts with other areas, such as construction law, Zoning & Land Use, real estate law and banking law.
Avoiding Expensive and Unnecessary Litigation
At T.W. Stevens Law Firm, we know how costly business litigation can be. That is why such a major part of our business law practice is focused on litigation avoidance.
By ensuring that you meet flexible staffing requirements while complying with relevant employment laws, we can help you avoid employment litigation.
Properly drafted buy-sell agreements, bylaws and succession plans can help you avoid disputes over the ownership and control of your business.