Skilled Legal Counsel For Business Formation And Entity Selection
Selecting and implementing the right legal structure for your commercial venture can be a cornerstone of its success. At Hantzes & Associates, we apply our extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of business and commercial law to help our clients enter the marketplace on the right foot.
We offer skilled and strategic startup and ongoing legal counsel to business and real estate law throughout northern Virginia and the Washington, D.C., metro. We also offer existing business organizations and government contractors legal representation regarding reorganization and dissolution.
“My focus is to deliver value to our clients. I help businesses and entrepreneurs identify priorities and goals, and go on to achieve them.” – Nicholas Hantzes, founding attorney.
Identifying Priorities, Anticipating Growth, Achieving Results
Building a solid foundation for business success requires thoughtful legal analysis and foresight. Our lawyers have more than 35 years of combined experience representing business clients and delivering solutions that work in the short and long term.
We are prepared to guide you through the following business formation steps:
- Choosing an entity: We will help you evaluate the pros and cons of a variety of business structures and determine which entity is the most appropriate vehicle to accomplish your goals, whether it is an LLC, S corporation, LLP, FLP or another option.
- Entering into operating agreements and business contracts: We thoroughly draft, review and negotiate partnership agreements, shareholder agreements, operating agreements, buy-sell contracts and more.
- Preparing for growth: We will work very closely with you to offer solutions that help you prepare for what lies ahead by taking a variety of legal steps now to minimize risks, prevent business disputes and protect your legal and business interests.
Contact Us To Schedule A Consultation
We invite you to contact our law office by calling 703-378-5000 or sending us an email. To schedule a free initial consultation.