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Business Lawyers Serving The Denver Area

When it comes to handling complex business law matters in Colorado, Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys at Law stands out. For over a decade, we have committed ourselves to providing personalized legal representation to all our clients. Our attorneys bring a wealth of experience to the table and know how to diligently navigate the legal landscape to support and empower your business endeavors.

From startups to established enterprises, we understand the nuances that come with each phase of your business’s growth. We are dedicated to providing you with sound legal advice every step of the way.

Our Business Law Services

At Kishinevsky & Raykin, we can assist you with numerous matters involving business acquisitions, formation and management, such as:

  • Choosing a business entity: This could be a C corp or S corp, which have different tax implications; a limited liability company (an LLC, which is the most popular entity for the small business owner and often the best choice); a sole proprietorship; a general partnership; a limited liability partnership; a limited partnership; a limited liability limited partnership or a limited partnership association. The entity you choose has numerous tax and legal consequences, so it should be selected carefully.
  • Creating a succession plan: People often choose to sell a successful or struggling existing business, or they may not know what to do when a person who is running a business is ready to retire or passes away. The firm can assist in this process through the formation of contracts such as buy-sell agreements and other instruments.
  • Financing and startup costs: If you are starting a business and need help with financing for it, the firm can help guide you through the process by assisting you with a business plan and other documents you may need to secure a loan.
  • Handling trade secrets and noncompete agreements: You want to make sure that the unique parts of your business are properly safeguarded.
  • Licensing and regulation issues: Some businesses are heavily regulated. They need various licenses and must comply with state department regulations, for instance. Numerous other businesses are subject to regulations that they must follow in order to start or continue a business.
  • Resolving employee issues: In these days of frequent misunderstandings and lawsuits, it’s very important to have employment contracts. Proper contracts and employee manuals may end up saving you a great deal of money in the long run.

Oftentimes, people who wish to buy, sell, start or operate a business feel they do not need a lawyer or cannot afford one. However, the complexities of Colorado and metro Denver business laws and regulations often make legal representation a necessity. In the long run, working with one of our business law attorneys can save you, time, money and headaches.

Answering Your Business Law Questions

We are dedicated to providing clear answers about the role and benefits of business law attorneys. Here, you’ll discover how legal professionals can help you navigate the complexities of starting and managing your business, ensuring you’re well-equipped to make informed decisions.

What is Business Law?

Business law encompasses the rules and regulations that govern the formation, operation and management of businesses. At Kishinevsky & Raykin, we assist clients with a variety of business-related legal matters, including entity selection, contract creation, licensing, employee relations and protecting trade secrets. Whether you are starting a new venture or managing an established company, our knowledgeable attorneys are here to provide sound legal advice to support your business’s growth and success.

How Can Attorneys Help Business Owners in Colorado?

Attorneys at Kishinevsky & Raykin, actively assist Colorado business owners by navigating the complexities of state and local laws. We help with entity formation, contract development, succession planning and dispute resolution. Our team also guides you through regulatory compliance, protects intellectual property and manages employment law issues. By addressing these legal facets, we empower you to focus on growing your business while minimizing legal risks and potential conflicts. Reach out to us for personalized legal guidance tailored to your business needs.

Bring Your Business Law Concerns To Us

Our attorneys believe that every business decision can benefit from legal guidance. That’s why we invite you to take the first step toward protecting your business’s future by scheduling a complimentary initial consultation with us. Get in touch with us at 720-863-4256 or through our online contact form.

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