The Small Business Law Center is a full-service law firm specializing in small businesses. We provide cost-effective representation and counseling in a variety of areas important to small business owners. From start up, through contract negotiations, asset acquisitions and sales, employee issues, tax matters, creditor negotiations, all the way to winding up – the Small Business Law Center is a one-stop resource for small business owners needing help with legal issues.

From a simple single-member Limited Liability Company to a more complicated partnership arrangement, The Small Business Law Center® can help you start your new business on a firm legal foundation.

From a simple purchase agreement to complex multi-party transactions, The Small Business Law Center® can help you protect your legal rights by embodying your business deal in a plain English document understandable to non-lawyers.

Employees bring with them a wide range of issues, from compensation and benefits to family leave policies to work-related injuries and claims for unemployment benefits.

Whether your business is faced with potential regulatory action and fines, is navigating a labyrinth of licensing requirements, or is trying to comply with ever-increasing government regulations, we can help.

Whether your business is faced with potential regulatory action and fines, is navigating a labyrinth of licensing requirements, or is trying to comply with ever-increasing government regulations, we can help.

Neither visiting this site nor exchanging email with The Small Business Law Center will create an attorney-client relationship. The Small Business Law Center will enter into such an attorney-client relationship only after meeting with a client, ensuring that no conflict-of-interest exists, and mutually agreeing on the scope of the representation and the fee and expense arrangements.  Until we have entered into an attorney-client relationship, any communications to us by a prospective client will not be covered by the rule of law that protects the confidentiality of communications between a client and attorney. The Small Business Law Center will try to respond promptly to email, but we will neither accept requests for nor provide specific legal advice by email except to established clients.

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