No law firm, regardless of its size, has a monopoly on top-notch attorneys. “Bigger” does not mean “better,” especially when the Client’s case or matter does not require an army of attorneys. The prudent Client understands that the attorney-Client relationship ultimately boils down to people. It is the individual, not the entity, who gives unconditional loyalty to the Client; who provides personal accountability to the Client; and who brings passion to the Client’s cause.

Business Formation Atlanta, GA

Business Formation & Dissolution

The Firm’s practice includes “one-stop shopping” for Clients seeking to establish a new business or expand an existing business. The Firm understands that no two matters are the same and is dedicated to understanding the Client’s specific needs, goals, and parameters. The Firm endeavors to advise its Clients in a forthright and practical manner that reflects the pragmatism of the business world. Services offered by the Firm include advice regarding the most desirable business form, the actual formation of the entity, and the preparation of appropriate bylaws, operating agreements, shareholder agreements, and the like. The Firm’s business litigation experience allows it to anticipate potential issues and pitfalls that may not otherwise be apparent at the onset of a deal or relationship. The Firm also represents business owners and other concerned parties in the winding down and dissolution of existing business entities, including hostile and non-consensual business break-ups. The Firm has performed Business Formation & Dissolution services for a broad array of clients and a wide variety of industries, including a practice focus on technology, software, and graphic design companies.

When good friends start a business together, they often, because of their mutual trust, skip any meaningful discussion of the “tough issues” (what happens if one owner wants to leave, what happens if an irresolvable dispute occurs, etc.). In this situation, it is especially important for the parties to explore these issues and memorialize their agreement in writing. Even the most reasonable people acting in the best of faith can have misunderstandings if their unspoken assumptions differ in the slightest.