In my Atlanta, Georgia Business Law firm, I have seen many instances of business owners that have suffered because of how their businesses were initially set up. When establishing a new business, or even when re-establishing an existing business entity, it is imperative to have legal counsel review the specific needs and circumstances of the business and draft the legal documents required by Georgia law. With a clear understanding of the structure and dynamics of the organization, a Georgia business attorney is able to determine the proper Georgia legal entity that the business should operate under and will file the appropriate documents with the Georgia Secretary of State to establish the entity. Per Georgia law, legal contracts and agreements will then be drafted that outline the relationships between business partners, and licensing and taxation issues will be reviewed. Addressing these matters up front is greatly beneficial in preventing or resolving any partnership disputes or litigation in Georgia courts.
In today’s tough economy, many people are starting their own businesses. But with the infiltration of online legal document services, it is easy for new business owners who may be strapped for cash to bypass using the services of a Georgia business attorney. Unfortunately, by their very nature, these online legal documents can cover only the most common legal issues and cannot begin to address the individual circumstances and requirements that ultimately face any business. These “e-documents” do not address specific Georgia business requirements and provisions. Relying solely on documents found through an online service may seem cost effective and quick at first glance, but the results can be disastrous. These documents are not legal advice and are not a substitute for an experienced Georgia business lawyer. A reading of the disclaimer from any of these “e-document” sites confirms that the provider of these “e-documents” has set forth these “e-documents” for information purposes only. Further, as you might guess, these “e-document” providers take no responsibility for the serious problems these “e-documents” cause or assist you when pressing concerns arise. As an Atlanta, Georgia business attorney, I have seen the countless problems these “e-documents” create. As a proprietor of a well-established Georgia business law firm, I find the sale of these documents untenable.
Purchasing online legal documents is not a substitute for the counsel of an experienced Atlanta, Georgia Business Lawyer. The qualified Atlanta business attorneys at The Libby Law Firm will take all of your business circumstances into account when drafting the necessary legal documents. Call today to discuss the benefits of working with an experienced Georgia business lawyer who will protect your business interests, whether your business is a sole proprietorship or a large multi-member LLC. Please feel free to call us at (404) 467-8611 to discuss your options. You can also send us a message through our confidential Web Site form. The Libby Law Firm main location is conveniently situated in the Buckhead section of Atlanta. For your convenience, our law firm also has experienced business lawyers in our Cobb County, Marietta, Georgia office. Both of these offices are easy to find conveniently located full service offices with comfortable surroundings and plenty of free parking.