Business And Corporate Law

A Strong Resource for Businesses

Forming a business is an important first step for an entrepreneur. Legal help is necessary to establish the proper identity before opening the doors for operation. Following that milestone, the need for an attorney continues. At Leece & Phillips Law Offices, S.C., we help Walworth County startups and longtime LLCs and corporations with formation, litigation, tax matters and family succession planning.

Elkhorn Corporate Law Attorneys

Identifying the appropriate entity for a business requires spending time with clients to understand their specific type of business and their goals. While corporations are still common entities, we are witnessing a change in the direction of corporate ownership. LLC formations are becoming a preferred and more streamlined option due to their simplicity of the setup. In addition, budding business owners enjoy similar protections while not having the restrictions involving corporate tax filings, annual reports, and officer and director appointments.

At Leece & Phillips Law Offices, S.C., the work of our lawyers does not end after the entity is established and a business is operational. Disputes arise with customers dissatisfied with a product or service. Employees leave a company with trade secrets or client lists. Vendors fail to live up to agreements. Developers discover theft by a contractor that requires pursuit of a lien.

Many cases lead to mediation and arbitration. However, we are always prepared to litigate if it best protects our clients' rights and business interests.

Contact Leece & Phillips

For more information or to schedule a consultation with one of our Walworth County business & corporate law attorneys, please call Leece & Phillips Law Offices, S.C., at 262-723-7040 or use the intake form on this page.

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