Where to Find Legal Help for Your Business

Owning your own business can be extremely rewarding… as well as very daunting. From the very start, there are legal issues that a business owner must attend to. Even if you don’t have issues to deal with peruse, there are still questions you may have that require the help of someone with knowledge in business legalities.

Where to Find Legal Help for Your Business

Perhaps you are just starting out, and need legal advice on incorporating your business. Or perhaps there is paperwork you need assistance with that pertains to your business. Maybe you have a more serious legal matter you need help with, such as someone suing you or your business entity.

So… where do you turn to find legal help for your business? Here are a few resources you can utilize to find the legal assistance that best suits your business’s needs.

1. Online Resources

You can always turn to various online resources for help with the early stages of your legal questions. This is always a good place to start. You may even be able to find some free help, or answers to less complex questions, during your online research.

You should be aware, however, that online resources are best used with caution. As you may already know, the Internet does not always have the most accurate information.

So while it is a great resource for finding some basic information and facts for your business’s legal needs, keep in mind that the information you are finding may be slightly dated.

2. Government Agencies

Many government agencies that deal with businesses have free (and accurate) legal information available on their websites.

    • The IRS has information pertaining to taxes readily available for business owners.
    • OSHA offers compliance information and documents for small business owners, as well as a consultation process.
    • The Americans with Disabilities Act, there is information easily accessible online for this, too.

While these particular resources may help clear up some confusion you have about specific areas of your business. Keep in mind that this type of information, while helpful, should never replace sound legal advice from an experienced and knowledgeable business attorney.

3. An Attorney Specializing in Business

For the best and most accurate legal help for your business, your best bet is to consult with a business attorney Miami. There are many attorneys who specialize in business matters, and deal primarily with many of the same legal issues you may be facing.

Consult with a Business Attorney Miami

Many attorneys even offer a free consultation. If you find yourself with legal questions pertaining to your business, don’t hesitate to reach out to an attorney in your area who specializes in this type of law. Knowledge really is always power, and can help you make the best possible decisions for you and your business at 305-328-9506.

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Written by The Campbell Law Group

The Campbell Law Group

Regina Campbell, Esq. is the Managing Partner of The Campbell Law Group based in Coral Gables, Florida. Her prior entrepreneurial experience in building businesses has not only given her the opportunity to develop and hone her business acumen, but has also shaped her background and knowledge to better position the firm to serve and understand all of its client’s needs in an ever-changing global economy.