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Business Law Representation in the Inland Empire

Forming a business and running it successfully require many things. Planning, drive and commitment are all important. But so is getting the sound legal counsel you need to create the structure you need to grow.

At Wagner Zemming Christensen, LLP, in Riverside, we can guide you effectively in setting up and maintaining this structure. If you are uncertain about the next steps for your business, we encourage you to talk with us in a confidential consultation. Call 951-686-4800. We serve clients throughout the Inland Empire.

Which Services Are Needed to Achieve Your Goals?

If you are in the process of starting up a business, you have to consider what form it should take. Our lawyers have the experience to help you make strategic choices about what form this should be: an LLC, a partnership or some other entity.

Once this decision is made, based on your particular goals, we can walk you through the process of drafting the necessary legal documents and getting them filed.

If your business has been up and running for awhile, we can assist with ongoing services aimed at achieving your longer-range goals. This includes counseling you on employment law decisions, such as avoiding or responding to wrongful termination or discrimination claims. We are also skilled at handling real estate transactions for businesses and walking you through partnership or corporate dissolution, or other business litigation matters.

Why Legal Advice From a Knowledgeable Attorney Is Important

We advise small to medium-size businesses on getting up and running and resolving disputes without litigation. If a small corporation, we can help make sure you are in compliance to keep your corporate asset protections. Should litigation become necessary, we vigorously protect our clients’ interests.

To learn more about how we can help you in your situation, give us a call or simply fill out our easy online form.


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