Experienced Legal Counsel Can Prepare, Review And Negotiate Your Business Contracts
Whether you are the owner of an established business looking to make changes to partnership agreements or a startup just getting off the ground, we at Helton Law Firm want to help by providing quality general counsel legal services that address your immediate needs and long-term goals.
Representation From An Experienced Business Lawyer Can Help Carry Your Business Forward
With over 25 years of experience representing the interests of small-business owners throughout Oklahoma, we understand the complex legal issues associated with sales, acquisitions, transactions and numerous other matters that arise throughout the life of a business.
More than just legal documents specifying and protecting business interests, the contracts that your business enters into with vendors, shareholders, employees and others act as a legal foundation to the development of your interests.
When you work with Helton Law Firm, you will receive help drafting, reviewing and negotiating your business’s contracts and agreements such as:
- Buy-sell agreements
- Operating agreements
- Vendor agreements
- Customer contracts
- Employment contracts
- Noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Real estate purchase and sales agreements
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Business formation agreements, including LLCs, corporations and other entities
- Executive compensation agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- Business partnership agreements
- Dispute resolution agreements
As experienced litigators handling business and commercial law, we will help your business resolve any contract disputes that may arise. By providing clear, effective counsel and representation, we can help resolve your dispute quickly and get you back to focusing on your operations.
Legal Counsel To Ensure That Your Business Contracts Are Signed, Secured And Delivered
Call our Tulsa, Oklahoma, law office at 918-928-8941 or take a moment to complete our online contact form and speak with an attorney.