SAN JOSE BUSINESS LAWYERS
Legal Representation for Business Related Issues
Our team of lawyers at Strategy Law, LLP both advise and guide our clients through the startup process of their new business. We help you strategically analyze a suitable choice of entity for your new venture, and can help you with all your business needs. You can rest assured out attorneys have the experience and knowledge needed to assist you.
The main areas of business law that we practice include:
- Business & Entity Formation
- Limited Liability Companies
- Merger + acquisition
- Tax planning
We believe strongly in working closely with your other trusted advisors to create a team of informed professionals that are jointly looking out for your interests. Our goal is to help you and your business accomplish your goals, whether those goals include long term growth or short term merger or acquisition. With our exceptional service and comprehensive legal advice, we can provide the straight talk and sound advice you may need.
We assist you in:
- Registering your business with the Employment Development Department
- Preparing employees with offer letters, policies and handbooks
- Negotiating a loan or line of credit
- Real estate and equipment leases
- Real estate and equipment purchase contracts
Superior Legal Services for Business Transactions
With more than 65 years of combined experience, Strategy Law, LLP has what it takes to provide the legal guidance that can help you succeed. In addition, our caring personable staff can answer any questions you may have regarding your situation. We can be by your side throughout your major business transactions. Call (408) 478-4100 today for more information.
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