Glendale, Arizona located about 9 miles from Downtown Phoenix, is rich is sports history. It is the home of the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes, and the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. During Spring Training, it is the home of the MLB’s Chicago White Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers. In 2008 The New York Giants played the New England Patriots for Super Bowl XLII. The Giants defeated the Patriots by the score of 17–14. In addition to having a large sports following, Glendale has also made a name in the community through the education it offers at Midwestern University, Phoenix’s first Medical School and the International Business School “The Thunderbird School of Global Management”.
How Can You and Your Business Profit From an Attorney?
One essential element to a successful business is having a good business attorney. A knowledgeable and experienced attorney will assist in almost every part of your business by guiding you through contract liability issues, zoning laws, protecting shareholder/member interests, and ensuring strict compliance with incorporation laws, to name a few items that come up with some regularity. The largest asset an attorney can offer your business is one of being proactive and protecting your business from lawsuits. To be frank, once a complaint has been filed against your business, the harm has already occurred and then it often becomes quite costly to repair the damage. In most cases, such harm could have been prevented with proper guidance. In short, it costs much more to hire an attorney to get your business out of trouble, than to safeguard your business from getting into trouble.
In addition, the practice of law has become very specialized. For example, many sole practitioners will be very knowledgeable in one or two areas, but not in all the areas that your business will call for during the course of business. An experienced attorney should be well versed in areas including (but not limited to): quickly learning your unique business goals in order to better direct you from the onset; advising which type of organization you should form for the best tax and management protection for your circumstance (L.L.C. v. Corporation); preincorporation contract liability, drafting contracts for use in everyday business; negotiating contracts your business is considering; negotiating lease agreements for space; taxes; licensing; and liability of the business to its employees.
Choosing an Attorney for Your Business Needs:
Experience matters. Who better to hire than attorneys who have successfully ran their business for over 40 years? That kind of experience gives a serious advantage. Platt & Westby, P.C. team of attorneys adhere to a traditional approach, where they incorporate personalized attention to each client and perfect a strategy based on those individual needs. Thousands of business professionals have benefitted over the years from the team of attorneys at Platt & Westby, P.C. We invite and encourage you to see what Platt & Westby, P.C. can do to assist you. Call to schedule an appointment in our Glendale office located off 51st Avenue and the 101. Call 602-277-4441 today for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your future plans.