Corporate Law in Edmonton
While most people associate corporate law services with big firms and multinational companies, the reality of the situation is that it can also affect small and medium sized enterprises across Edmonton. If you are looking to deal with commercial transactions, rollovers, structural re-organization or unanimous shareholder agreements, then we can help.
With a wealth of experience in all aspects of corporate and commercial law both in Edmonton and further afield in Alberta and Canada, Verhaeghe Law Office has what it takes to assist your business with even the most challenging of legal predicament.
So, whether you are a downtown start-up or a large-scale commercial operation, you can rest assured that we have what it takes to make sure that your corporate law needs will be taken care of to the highest possible standard.
Corporate Law Specialists for Small and Medium Sized Businesses
At Verhaeghe Law Office, we know that corporate law issues can often seem very complex and hard to understand. As a recent start-up or small business operation, it is not surprising that you do not have a legal specialist at your disposal. However, this does not mean that you have to compromise or take any shortcuts with any legal issues your business may encounter.
Our skilled team of corporate law specialists can help your Edmonton business make informed decisions easily and effectively. These decisions can help you as a business owner to save time and money in the long run, while also allowing you to concentrate on what you’re good at.
So, if you have encountered an issue that you think requires specialized legal expertise, then don’t hesitate to contact Verhaeghe Law Office today and allow on of our corporate legal specialists to arrange a consultation to progress the matter further.
Why Your Business Might Need a Lawyer
At Verhaeghe Law Office we know that every business in Edmonton is different and has a unique set of needs and priorities. Evidence of this can be seen by the requests we receive from businesses in the area that vary considerably. However, in general there are three consistent themes that we encounter on a regular basis:
Choosing a Business Structure: When starting a business, one of the first things that you need to do is decide what type of business structure you want it to be. This could see you pursuing a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a corporation or even a co-operative.
Buying an Existing Business: If you are considering buying an existing business in Edmonton, then you need to decide whether to simply buy the assets of the business or in the case of an incorporated company, the shares of that enterprise.
Leasing Commercial Space: What many business owners in Edmonton forget is that there are many legal points to consider closely before signing off on a commercial lease. In most cases, a lease will be one of your largest expenses and you need to make sure that the lease covers all relevant terms that are suitable for your business’s needs.
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