Business Law
Business Law
Business Formation
Business Formation

The time leading up to the formation of a business is an exciting time! It can also come with its share of questions about the future, and how to best navigate the logistics. Don't worry — the Sandman team will work closely with you to address your one-of-a-kind vision for the future.

Keeping Your Goals And Needs First

Our team begins by assessing your particular business goals, needs, and resources. We consider risk, liability, and tax consequences, and we help you determine the business entity that best fits your own goals and circumstances: a limited liability company, partnership, or corporation.

We can also review key documents or help you draft the legal documents you’ll need when opening a new business, including:

  • Articles of incorporation
  • Local by-laws
  • Operating agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Employment agreements, contracts, and policies

We Act As Your Registered Agent

The law requires owners to designate a registered agent to act on your company’s behalf. When you are served with a summons, a lawsuit, or other official government documents, you must have a registered agent authorized to receive and sign for these documents during normal business hours.

Serving and representing clients, our law firm’s business lawyer will act as your registered agent along with providing the entire range of legal services that a small business routinely requires. When you’re forming a company, obtaining the services of an experienced business formation lawyer who can also act as your registered agent is one of the most important things that you can do.

In addition, Sandman Law Office can also assist with other matters such as writing business contracts, serving as your legal counsel in court for business litigation, and beyond. These are skills you will not find with every business law firm.