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Business Law | Corporate Law


Business Law Cedar Rapids

Howes Law Firm, P.C. | (319) 396-2410

The attorneys at Howes Law Firm, P.C. handle a variety of Business Law and Corporate Law matters.  Below is an outline explaining Business Law and Corporate Law legal needs. Contact us at (319) 396-2410 with questions and to schedule a free initial consultation with a business law attorney to discuss your legal needs. Our Business/Corporate Law attorneys are Jase Jensen and Steve Howes.

Small Business
The attorneys at Howes Law Firm can help you start, maintain,and grow your small business. Whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company (LLC), joint venture, or a corporation, our attorneys can help guide you through the various stages of your business.

Starting Your Business
Beginning your business requires planning. There are many components to consider when forming your business. Let the attorneys and staff at Howes Law Firm help you form your business, pursue your dreams, and do what you do best. We can draft your partnership agreements, articles of organization and operating agreement, articles of incorporation and bylaws, lease agreements, employee contracts, liability waivers, and any other necessary documents. Additionally, we can connect you advice and with the right professionals to receive the best information on taxation and handling your business accounts.

Managing, Developing, and Growing Your Business
Once you have officially started your business you may need guidance when hiring and firing employees, completing payroll, paying taxes, and completing other paperwork. You may also need advice on holding meetings, voting, selling shares, setting rules, and with management relations. As you manage your business we can provide you with the right tools so that you can do what you love and expand your business.

Changing, Transferring, and Ending Your Business 
At some point you may need to consider changing your business structure or merging your business with another. In today’s business environment it is helpful to have an attorney help you through various stages, large and small. Transferring your business to colleagues, family, and friends are major decisions, as is deciding when to end the business.

Check out Howes Law Firm, P.C.’s blog post regarding updates in corporate and business law:

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