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Business Attorney Bowling Green, Ohio

610 5th St, Bowling Green, OH 43402

Attorney Andrew R. Schuman

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Business Attorney Bowling Green, Ohio

Attorney Andrew R. Schuman

610 5th St, Bowling Green, OH 43402

Business Startup

Have a lawyer on your side from the outset!

Collections

Persistent efforts to get the money you are owed

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Contracts

Review and formation of legal agreements

Compliance

Is your company on the right track? OSHA on your back?

Business Attorney Bowling Green, Ohio

Forming a business can be a very complex matter. Doing so requires the advice of a competent attorney. While it may seem simple to fill out a form and file it with a fee at the Secretary of State’s office, the knowledge necessary to make the proper selections on those forms calls for a competent attorney such as myself. That attorney will interview you to determine your goals – both present and long-term – and how you want to accomplish them. An attorney can assist you in developing a business plan that best suits your needs, and the needs of potential shareholders, partners and customers. You need to know how your business will be taxed, what liability it might be exposed to and how best to manage that, and the impact the choice of business type will have on projected long-term growth.

While Shakespeare may have said, “First thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers,” I think he meant that might be appropriate only after you consulted me for your business advice! But in all seriousness, business also have ongoing concerns. For example, let’s say your business is hired by – or your business is hiring – another company. Is this business deal to be done by a hand-shake? In most cases, it’s best to have a written contract. There are basic requirements for a contract, but in all cases, a contract must be tailored to your business’ individual needs. Where will the contract be enforced, if necessary? Has a contract been presented to you, for your signature? Do you understand what it says? I can help you draft and interpret complex contracts so that you have a complete understanding of what you obligating your business to do. The use of contracts, which call for payment terms, occasionally result in the need for you to “collect” on what is owed your business. As an experienced collection law attorney, I can help you in that regard as well. Most times, the first step if for me to contact the person or entity that owes you money, and seek a cooperative resolution outside of the court system. However, if that does not work, you will need my assistance to file a lawsuit and then collect on the judgment. Call me today to discuss these important business issues.

Business Startup

Have a lawyer on your side from the outset!

Collections

Persistent efforts to get the money you are owed

l

Contracts

Review and formation of legal agreements

Compliance

Is your company on the right track? OSHA on your back?

Business Attorney Bowling Green, Ohio

Forming a business can be a very complex matter. Doing so requires the advice of a competent attorney. While it may seem simple to fill out a form and file it with a fee at the Secretary of State’s office, the knowledge necessary to make the proper selections on those forms calls for a competent attorney such as myself. That attorney will interview you to determine your goals – both present and long-term – and how you want to accomplish them. An attorney can assist you in developing a business plan that best suits your needs, and the needs of potential shareholders, partners and customers. You need to know how your business will be taxed, what liability it might be exposed to and how best to manage that, and the impact the choice of business type will have on projected long-term growth.
While Shakespeare may have said, “First thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers,” I think he meant that might be appropriate only after you consulted me for your business advice! But in all seriousness, business also have ongoing concerns. For example, let’s say your business is hired by – or your business is hiring – another company. Is this business deal to be done by a hand-shake? In most cases, it’s best to have a written contract. There are basic requirements for a contract, but in all cases, a contract must be tailored to your business’ individual needs. Where will the contract be enforced, if necessary? Has a contract been presented to you, for your signature? Do you understand what it says? I can help you draft and interpret complex contracts so that you have a complete understanding of what you obligating your business to do. The use of contracts, which call for payment terms, occasionally result in the need for you to “collect” on what is owed your business. As an experienced collection law attorney, I can help you in that regard as well. Most times, the first step if for me to contact the person or entity that owes you money, and seek a cooperative resolution outside of the court system. However, if that does not work, you will need my assistance to file a lawsuit and then collect on the judgment. Call me today to discuss these important business issues.

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