Are You a Business Owner?

Have You Incorporated Your Business or Set Up an LLC?

Is Your Business Ready To Succeed In Your Absence?

When Was the Last Time You Met With an Attorney To Make Sure Your Business Planning is Accurate and Up-To-Date?Startups and Small Business need to have a legal strategy

Starting a business is an exciting, yet stressful process.  There are so many decisions to make.  The Kueser Law Firm helps startups and small businesses address these decisions and make sure that the legal aspects of the business are properly addressed.  The firm has also helped startups and small businesses with succession planning to make sure that the business can continue to operate “as usual” in the event that something happens to one of the owners.

These days, there are so many things that can happen that can potentially impact a startup or small business and its owners.  Each of these has the potential to drastically affect the business itself, as well as its employees and others who depend on the business for themselves and their families.  Whether it be the death of an owner of a family business, an owner’s divorce, or some other life-changing event, without the proper planning, a startup or small business – and it’s employees- face serious and significant risks – other than the day-to-day risks faced by every business each and every day.

In addition, it is important for business owners to make sure their business is properly registered under state law.  There are many different choices as to how to register a business and failure to properly do so exposes the owner to significant risks.  Furthermore, the type of business structure you use can have drastically different impact.

Failure to properly plan may or may not personally affect the individual business owner; however, it can drastically affect your family and others who depend on you.  For their sake, take a few minutes to talk to an attorney to make sure your business has the proper tools in place to protect the business and/or to make sure the business’ existing planning documents are accurate and up to date.  If you are a business owner, you owe it to yourself, your employees, and your family to make sure that, at a minimum, you understand the business planning you have in place.

The Kueser Law Firm also works with other professionals (CPAs, financial advisers, insurance agents, etc.) to make sure that other areas of the business are protected.  The firm understands that building long-term relationships with clients takes time and dedication, but that the long-term benefit in building such relationships is invaluable.

The firm’s small size allows flexibility in working with clients and very competitive rates and billing arrangements.  Please contact an attorney today to discuss your business planning needs.

If you are a business owner, or if you are thinking about starting a business, please take a few minutes to speak with a business planning attorney.  If you would like to contact The Kueser Law Firm, please call us at (816) 374-5865 or complete the form to the right and we will contact you.