Answers to some of the most commonly asked business questions include:
- Q: Do I need to incorporate?
- Q: Does your firm handle corporate transaction and litigation matters?
- Q: How much will this cost?
- Q: How do I get started?
Q: Do I need to incorporate?
A: It depends. Many small businesses function perfectly well for decades without ever incorporating. However, for many others, it is essential that the business incorporate from the beginning. In each case, it is important to take an objective look at the business enterprise before incorporating to address the issue: What do you seek to accomplish or avoid by incorporating the business? What is the “risk of error” by not incorporating? These are questions that Albin Roach helps our clients work through during the initial consultation.
Q: Does your firm handle corporate transaction and litigation matters?
A: Yes. Albin Roach has assisted corporate clients and individual owners consummate acquisitions, sales, mergers and reorganizations. Our goal in each case is to help our clients structure and memorialize the transaction in such a way as to minimize the possibility of post-transaction litigation.
Q: How much will it cost?
A: Transactional and litigation retainers are typically discussed with the client during the initial consultation and will be individually tailored to meet the needs of the client and the anticipated scope of our representation.
Q: How do I get started?
A: The first thing you should do is call us for a consultation regarding your case. We can discuss the specifics of your case and determine your options. Fill out our contact form to schedule your consultation with an experienced attorney.