Business Law in Coppell, Texas

No business owner should be without the service of a trusted law firm – not in today’s changing business climate. Count on Irwin Law Firm with its 25 years of experience. Our attorneys help you to start a small business and plan for success.

Selection and Formation of Business Entities

Let us provide you with wise counsel on how to choose the legal form that provides the best fit for your new company, whether:

  • Limited Liability Company
  • Corporation
  • Limited Partnership
  • General Partnership for Real Estate Investment and Business Operation

Advice and Consultation about the New Business

Once the legal form for your new business has been decided, our attorneys help you prepare and file organizational documents, secure federal identification numbers, and prepare and negotiate your operating agreement.

Acquisition and Disposition of Privately Held Companies

Buying and selling companies is common and frequent. Let out attorneys walk you through the involved process that includes preparing or negating purchase and sales agreements, confidentiality agreements, and closing documentation.

Corporate Governance Disputes

Disagreements arise in the operation of every business, but sometimes matters become serious, threatening the company’s bottom line. It is smart to bring in a third party to settle this conflict to your satisfaction. Our practice is to negotiate or litigate the dispute with a minimum of risk to the business.

Maintaining Company Records and Observing Company Formalities

It is the law for businesses to maintain financial records, and it is to your advantage to keep accurate and timely records so that you always know how your company is doing. These records provide you with the information you need to make good decisions, as well as to report to others who require information about your company.

Not only do we help companies with their records, our attorneys provide guidance in observing company formalities. Formalities must be observed in business as they are in real life. In business, corporate formalities protect the owners from loss and liability. The formalities are the practices a business takes to ensure there is the necessary separation between the corporation and the owners. Without this separation, the owners – not the corporation – assume the risk.

Contact us today to provide guidance for your new or established business in the Dallas Fort Worth Area; the State of Texas; or another location in the United States.