Starting a new business is no small feat, even for experienced entrepreneurs. The list of tasks to accomplish seems to never end, and there are so many points to ensure you are considering. Aside from having a shiny, foolproof business plan, one must also register their business with the government, trademark their business name or logo, determine budgets, goals, etc. Unfortunately, even 1 misstep can cause irreparable damage, and what could have been the next big thing is destroyed by some menial, trivial error in planning. The skilled attorneys at the Roth Law Group can review your business plan & discuss your strategies to ensure that you aren’t missing anything important. Our attorneys have dealt with various-sized businesses spanning across many industries, and our wide berth of experience ensures we provide the best counsel on whatever concern you might have.
There are many factors to consider when starting a new business in Chicago which can be overwhelming to new business owners. Chicago provides a fantastic environment for new businesses to grow, but the importance of following every rule and legal procedure properly must be stressed to every new business owner. Small business owners in Chicago must be cognizant of the benefits their company will experience in the future if they are prepared and have everything flawless in the present.
Many entrepreneurs and small business owners don’t consider retaining legal counsel until they are being threatened. In these cases we often find that a simple contract review could have saved a business insurmountable amounts of money. We can help determine the business structure that is most appropriate for you, whether it be an LLC, LLP, Corporation, etc. Every small business needs experienced, knowledgeable Chicago business attorneys to represent them in times of need, and help them avoid the costly pitfalls of business ownership. We offer free initial consultations, so don’t hesitate to contact the Roth Law Group LLC today to find out how we can help protect your business.