Texas Business Law – Comprehensive Guidance for Your Business

If you need help with business entity selection, corporate registration, or documenting the terms of an operating agreement among the members of a limited liability company (LLC) in Texas, contact an experienced business lawyer at The Quraishi Law Firm. We advise startups, established businesses and companies undergoing structural change. We also advise businesses about operations, contracts, taxes and regulations, and dispute resolution.

For entrepreneurs or partners who need to formalize their business relationship and register a new entity, we work with you to make sure that your organizational form fits your management style and capital structure. Our goal is to ensure the maximum simplicity and flexibility consistent with the needs of your new company. Whether you choose to incorporate or form a partnership or LLC, we keep the focus where it belongs, on your company’s bottom line.

We also advise companies about forming new entities or altering the form of their current organization to adapt to the changing requirements of your customers or investors.

We draft, revise, negotiate and review numerous agreements for our corporate clients, including:

  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Stock Purchase Agreements
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Inventory Management Contracts
  • Work for Hire Agreements
  • Commercial Leases
  • Employment Contracts
  • Construction Agreements
  • Non-Competition Covenants and Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Promissory Notes
  • Corporate Resolutions
  • Bylaws
  • Membership and Shareholder’s Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • LLC Operating Agreements
  • Non Profit Application

First, read more about HOW WE ARE DIFFERENT here, then call us today to schedule your Small Business Audit Session.

During Our Small Business Audit Session, We Will … 

  • Review the legal aspects of your business, including entity structure and compliance, agreements, intellectual property protections and missed revenue opportunities, as well as necessary systems to minimize your personal risk and pass your assets to your loved ones;
  • Consider overlooked insurance protections, whether you are over or under-insured in any area of your business or family life – this part of the audit alone could save you thousands;
  • Look at each of your financial reporting systems to identify where the holes in your financial systems are leaking cash flow and revenue, or resulting in unnecessary costs and expenses;
  • Strategize the tax structures to keep more money in your family and business accounts and keep it out of the hands of the Government … legally and with the minimal amount of risk.

Call us at 972-292-7675 or book online to schedule your Small Business Audit Session!