Maryland Business Lawyer
As a business owner, you deal with various legal issues on a daily basis. Sometimes, it’s a matter of wording a contract. Other days, it’s a concern about opening yourself to liabilities. Whatever the legal questions you may have, you can always turn to our Maryland business lawyers at DRA e-Law for professional advice. We help business owners with incorporation, LLC and partnership agreements, employment contracts, and many other areas of business law.
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Don’t put your business at risk by using online templates for employment agreements. The more complex your business and your recruitment process are, the more thought you should put in the wording of your employment contracts. Let our legal professionals at DRA e-Law help you draft a document that protects your business while complying with the law.
When in doubt, always consult with your Maryland business lawyer before making an important business decision. Having an expert read through your contracts, agreements and bylaws is a crucial step in avoiding costly penalties, entering a bad deal or putting your business in harm’s way. DRA e-Law provides the full range of business consulting services for all types of for-profit and nonprofit organizations.
DRA e-Law can guide you through the incorporation process, helping put together and review all the necessary paperwork from the articles of incorporation to corporate bylaws and the shareholder agreement.
Although an operating agreement is not required to form an LLC in Maryland, it’s best if you have one. Not only will it help avoid potential disputes and misunderstandings between the LLC members, but will also offer crucial information about your business structure often requested by lenders and investors. At DRA e-Law, we will work with you to create an LLC agreement that meets your needs and represents your business.
Whether you have entered a joint venture, a general partnership or a limited partnership, our Baltimore business lawyers can advise you on creating an appropriate partnership agreement.
Contact us for a consultation with one of our Maryland business lawyers.