Farmington Hills Business Formation Lawyers
At the Schwartz Law Firm in Farmington Hills, Michigan, our business attorneys have a long history of getting successful results for our clients who own and operate small- to medium-sized businesses. We have represented business and corporate clients in the Detroit area since our firm was established in 1972. Our personalized approach and results-oriented practice is responsible for bringing us many return clients and attorney referrals.
Experience with Business Formation, Dispute Resolution and Financing
Our Michigan corporate lawyers have years of experience helping clients with the formation of new businesses and day-to-day operation of established companies. Many businesses face common legal questions. The Schwartz Law Firm can provide informed legal guidance in these and many other areas:
- Formation and financing – sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLP, LLC, franchises, corporations, professional corporations
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Business succession
- Business disputes
In addition, our business lawyers are able to assist clients with questions on:
- Franchise formation
- Insurance coverage and defense
- Employment law
- Debt collection or credit disputes
- Easement disputes
- Purchase agreements
- Commercial real estate leasing
- Commercial and residential real estate transactions
- Banking litigation
- Credit union law
Our Clients Retain Us for the Life of Their Business
Business clients who come to us for effective legal help in forming their companies often return to us after the start-up for help with their annual reports, corporate minutes and annual meeting documentation, employee policies and personnel issues, or commercial litigation matters. For a free initial consultation to discuss how we can help you achieve your goals, contact our Michigan corporate lawyers today.
When Business Finances Impact Personal and Household Financial Matters
We are not a tax law firm nor are we financial planners. However, we advise individuals on a number of financial matters related to personal and household finances, which may intersect with and affect business holdings. We are prepared to advise small business owners and others on matters of personal finance such as the following:
- Property division in divorce
- Business valuations
- Wills and trusts
- Personal bankruptcy
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy
For more information, please read our business organization and transactions newsletter and our practice center, which speaks generally about business litigation.
Contact us to schedule a consultation on your Michigan business, corporate, estate planning or other property-related legal concern. From our Oakland County law offices, our corporate and business lawyers advise clients throughout the Detroit area.