How do organizations benefit from outside legal counsel?

Any intelligent business owner can handle filling out forms.

There are times, however, when a business faces issues that are too complex, too time consuming, or fraught with liability issues. At that point, the wisest move is to retain a business lawyer.  A few examples include:

  • Creating a contract templates for use with customers, independent contractors or clients
  • Creating a buy-sell agreement with partners
  • Drafting partnership, LLC, or shareholder's agreements
  • Dealing in commercial real estate (lease or purchase)
  • Former, current, or prospective employees suing on the grounds of discrimination in hiring, firing, or hostile work environment
  • Local, state, or federal government entities filing complaints or investigating your business for violation of any laws.
  • Negotiating for the sale of your company or for the acquisition of another company or its assets

Scheel Legal works with growing organizations to understand aspects of law affecting day-to-day operations, effectively manage key business relationships, and set themselves up for successful changes in control.  

Clients like our direct and effective approach to business law and creating agreements.

We are true to our commitments, especially when it comes to fees and timing.  You can review our fees here.

Scheel Legal has an office in central Austin, and serves business organizations throughout the United States.