“We want your business to succeed. That success necessitates careful business planning and execution. We work together with you so you can identify problems before they happen and put plans in place to avoid them.”
After years of experience in court, Brian Boyd knows how stressful a lawsuit can be. Quite often the stakes for your business are high, so before any decision is made, The Law Office of Boyd & Wills, PLLC will advise on the potential risks and outcomes of taking your case to court. Our Brentwood business formation lawyers will explain your other options, including mediation, arbitration, and a negotiated settlement. We’ll talk you through all the pros and cons so that you can make an informed choice.
If litigation is the right answer, then our contract attorneys in Franklin, TN will stand by you and put our extensive knowledge to work on your behalf. Whether you are plaintiff or defendant, we will prepare your case with expert skill, then represent you through trial and appeal in state or federal court. You’ll have the benefit of perceptive legal insights and persuasive reasoning, but more than that, you’ll have a friend at your side.
When it comes to new businesses, both large and small, a lot of planning is required. The choices you make affect liability, taxes, and administrative legal structure. If you need help forming a business, our attorneys offer solutions to businesses throughout their journey to ensure a successful future, such as choosing the right business entity.
The most common forms of business structures are:
As a business owner, choosing the right type of legal entity for a new business can be an overwhelming task. Our business lawyers will guide you through the process if you aren’t familiar with the many choices and aren’t sure what’s best for your business.
For most people their word is their bond. But in today’s world it is prudent to get it in writing. Having a contract to set forth a meeting of the minds about a particular deal is far better than arguing over who said what when.
Whether you need help with a partnership agreement, lease, or purchase agreement for a new home, let us help you. Not knowing the pitfalls of a contract could be costly and knowing how to enforce your rights under the contract is prudent business. Take the time to sit down with our Contract Lawyers to discuss your contract. Let us counsel and advise you through a successful transaction. We also will stand with you when it comes time to protect your rights by litigating, mediating or arbitrating you contract to resolution.