Business Planning, Agreements and Contracts

If you are starting a business of your own, it is essential to create a strong business plan that will prepare you for the future. You should consider many factors when planning your business as many long-term and short-term implications will arise from the decisions that you make when first starting the business. For a first-time entrepreneur, the options can seem overwhelming. A skilled small business attorney with a track record in their own small business can help clarify your vision for your business and plan for its long-term success.

Business Planning

The decisions you make when starting your new business can impact your daily business operations, personal tax liability and your business's tax liability. As a successful business owner and lawyer, Jeff can assist you in making these important business-planning decisions upfront. Jeff's primary goal is to see his clients' businesses succeed. He will take the time to understand your vision and goals before helping you develop a legal and business strategy that will foster your business's growth.

Conejo Valley Law Group's business planning services help you minimize your risks while placing you in a position to achieve your business goals. Jeff will outline important business planning considerations such as business structure, business contracts, real estate purchase or leasing, succession planning, shareholder agreements and tax issues. He will consider your business and individual goals while assisting you with the development of a plan that will help your business achieve long-term stability, sustainability and success.

Business Agreements

One important consideration in starting a new business is the protection of the business' owners from personal liability. Many legal and financial tools are available to help protect your assets and, most importantly, the business structure that you select will have an impact on your personal liability. To accomplish this goal, we can help you prepare partnership agreements, operating agreements and shareholder agreements. We can also help you with other business contracts to help minimize potential future disputes.

We also draft, review and negotiate business agreements that will protect your business from liability. Common business agreements include:

  • Partnership agreements
  • Employment agreements
  • Operating agreements
  • Purchase agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements

Contracts

Contracts are vital to every business relationship. A well-written contract can benefit you today while protecting you from future liability. We understand the importance of a contract in a business arrangement and routinely draft, review and negotiate contracts on behalf of our clients.

Contact Conejo Valley Law Group for Your Business Planning Needs

At the Conejo Valley Law Group, we guide clients through each phase of business formation and ownership and position you and your business for long-term success. If you are looking for an attorney to assist you with planning your business and drafting business documents, contact the Conejo Valley Law Group today.