Skilled Long Island Attorneys Providing Help with Business Transactions in New York
Guiding companies through the legal requirements of doing business in Suffolk County and across Long Island
Every area of business is unique and has its own set of legal requirements for conducting daily operations. Even when businesses do not have the resources to maintain in-house legal staff, they still need committed legal support that protects their interests in countless business transactions.
At the law firm of Jakubowski, Robertson, Maffei, Goldsmith & Tartaglia, LLP, we establish long-term relationships with our clients. Because we understand your business operations and the legal requirements of those operations, we can provide a high level of support without your having to retain an in-house legal staff.
Getting a new business off to the right start
From the time you first consider starting a business, you have numerous legal decisions to make, such as the following:
- Whether to start the business from scratch or consider purchasing an existing business with an established track record: You need experienced legal counsel to help you with issues involving finances and tax considerations. And if buying an existing business, you want to make sure that your purchase does not also result in your acquiring existing debt. While resources like Lawyers.com give good general advice for individuals buying businesses, the attorneys at our firm provide personalized support tailored to your unique circumstances.
- Forming a sole proprietorship, developing a partnership or incorporating: Each option carries certain advantages, but it is important to proceed with care in establishing contractual relationships and making tax-related decisions.
- Determining human resources needs: Hiring employees involves many legal requirements, from practicing legally-appropriate hiring methods to establishing fair employment contracts and compensation packages.
Legal assistance to maintain and grow your business
Legal issues do not end or become easier once business operations are underway. To continue to grow and prosper, your business must consider making changes, from adding to a product line to moving to larger facilities. Similarly, developments in the economy or modifications in local or federal laws can require significant changes to daily operations.
Our experienced Long Island attorneys monitor factors that can affect your business transactions. We stand ready to quickly respond to any concerns you may have.
Contact an experienced Long Island business transactions lawyer for the full legal support your business needs
At Jakubowski, Robertson, Maffei, Goldsmith & Tartaglia, LLP, we provide our clients with personalized attention so they obtain the best possible results in every business transaction. To discuss your legal issues and learn how we can help you, contact us online or call us at 631-360-0400.