Texas-Based Business Law Services
Business Law Services
If you own a small business or are planning to open one, there are many reasons why you can benefit from the support of a business law attorney. Every day, businesses of all sizes find themselves at the heart of legal matters – compliance issues, legal disputes, contract issues, employment law – all are common reasons why a business owner may contact an attorney.
At Daic Law, we assist entrepreneurs with business formation – including a Start Up Assessment & Analysis – ongoing business & legal needs and support. Our business lawyers even offer “Outside General Counsel” packages.
eliable Legal Counsel that Texas Businesses Can Count On
Texas has one of the healthiest and growing economies in the United States. There are more than 2.4 million small businesses in Texas, made up of more than 4.4 million employees. That equates to 45.6 percent of the workforce across the state.
If you own a small business or are planning to open one, there are many reasons why you can benefit from the support of an attorney.
Every day, businesses of all sizes find themselves at the heart of legal matters – disputes, contract issues, employment law – all are common reasons why you may contact an attorney.
Competence in Business-Related Legal Matters
When legal matters arise in your business, you need to partner with an attorney who is knowledgeable about local and state laws, the rights of business owners and how to mitigate damages as you resolve your legal matter.
At Daic Law, we offer knowledge and experience in various aspects of business practices and business litigation, including forming a business, labor and employment law and contracts.
No matter how large or small your legal matter may seem, we will help you find simple solutions that work for you and protect your rights and interests.
Getting the Help You Need
If you find yourself in the midst of a business-related legal matter, contact Daic Law. Daic Law handles a variety of business litigation matters, including:
- Business Formation
- Business Operations
- Contract Review and Editing
- Contract Disputes
- Business Dissolution
- Business Torts
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Real Estate Litigation
At Daic Law, we understand that business-related legal matters often involve multiple parties or entities. They also include extensive paperwork and sometimes lengthy negotiation periods.
There are also local, state and federal laws that you must adhere to in order to form, reorganize or dissolve a business, or resolve a dispute.
FAQs about Business Law in Texas
What is Business Law?
Business law is the area of law that pertains to businesses – including employers and employees. There are specific laws and regulations relating to starting and operating a business, selling one, or managing disputes.
What Types of Cases do You Handle?
At Daic Law, we help clients with all sorts of business-related matters, including:
- Labor law
- Employment law
- Income tax
- Trusts and estates
- Intellectual property
If you have a specific issue or dispute, contact us to find out how we can help secure your best interests. Get more information by calling us at 877-893-6040.
Do I Really Need an Attorney?
Hiring a business law attorney is helpful to make sure that your rights are protected, and that you are within applicable statutes and guidelines. Finding an attorney who has experience in cases similar to yours can be very helpful. If your business is located in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio or surrounding areas, we can help!
Do I Have to Hire an Attorney to Start a Business?
You don’t always need an attorney to start a business, but it can be very helpful. There are a lot of elements and processes involved in starting or operating a business, and an attorney can help make sure that you get the best start possible.
How Much Does a Business Lawyer Cost?
As frustrating as the answer can seem, the truth is that the cost of hiring a business lawyer will depend on your needs and the type of case you have. At Daic Law, we strive to offer legal services that are affordable and flexible so you get the help you need without added stress. The best way to find out how much you can expect to pay is to contact us for a free consultation, and let us assess your needs.