Pursuing a Start-Up in Nashville
Legal Support for Entrepreneurship
Starting a new business is an exciting and rewarding endeavor if you take
all of the proper steps at the beginning. It can be difficult to navigate
a start-up on your own, especially if you are not familiar with business
law. Choosing an experienced Nashville business law attorney to represent
you is in your best interest to ensure you protect yourself right from
the start. At
The Collins Law Firm, PLLC, we have worked with many start-ups and entrepreneurs to offer guidance
and legal counsel for all of the necessary elements involved in starting
a new business.
- If you are starting a business, you will need to keep the following in mind:
- Business formation
- Insurance coverage
- Shareholder/LLC agreements
- Commercial real estate purchasing/leasing agreements
- Contracts and agreement negotiation
- Employment matters
- Wage and pay agreements
- Intellectual property matters
- Dispute resolution
The rewards of opening your own business and being your own boss are many,
but it can only come to fruition through a great deal of hard work and
surrounding yourself with talented, knowledgeable people. We can help
you handle the legal aspects so you can focus on everything else.
Starting Your Own Business? Our Nasvhille Business Lawyer Can Help!
There are a number of legal needs and concerns you should consider, all
of which our experienced legal team can assist you with. We have worked
with start-up businesses of all sizes in a wide range of industries. Our
goal is to help you file all of the right paperwork to protect your business
from lawsuits and other risks. Whether you are threatened by an individual,
business, vendor, or even a government entity, our experienced Nashville
start-up attorneys can ensure you are protected.
Types of Businesses in Tennessee
Starting a new business in Nashville or the surrounding areas in Tennessee
can help build and give back to your community. However, it is important
that you understand what types of legal situations you might deal with
in the future and prepare for the worst.
- We represent clients who are interested in the following types of business
- LLC (Limited Liability Company)
- Professional Corporations
- Professional Association
- S Corporations
- C Corporations
- General partnerships
- Limited partnerships
Schedule a free consultation today,
call our office at (615) 610-0728.