Business Law Attorney

Contact a Business Law Attorney at Provident Law® Today

Get the Experience, Skills, and Knowledge that You Need to Get the Results You Want

Whether you need legal assistance to start a new business, acquire an existing business, or handle the many issues that may arise while operating a business, a business law attorney is here to help. All business, commercial, and corporate transactions can be complex, even under the best circumstances. Furthermore, business disputes can lead to litigation, requiring skilled legal representation. When you are facing any legal matters concerning your business, you need the services of a knowledgeable and experienced Arizona business lawyer. Contact Provident Law® today to learn more about the services that we can offer you.

A Business Law Attorney for Businesses of Every Size

We represent various companies, ranging from small startups, closely held businesses, and franchises to large corporations and publicly held companies. As a result, whether your business is a sole proprietorship or a large organization, you can trust your business lawyer to attend to your legal concerns with the same amount of effort and dedication.

Provident Law® regularly partners with our business clients. Many business clients refer to us as their “outside general counsel.” These clients call or email us on a semi-regular basis to get the answers they need to their legal and business questions. We also serve as the statutory agent for many of our clients.

Business Areas of Practice

When you need a quality business lawyer, look no further than our team at Provident Law®, one of the top law firms available in the Scottsdale area. Our business law attorneys work closely with our clients and encourage them to call whenever a business-related question or problem arises. In addition, we work hard to become familiar with our clients’ businesses to provide the best possible advice and facilitate their companies’ long-term growth and profitability. Our goal is to help our clients flourish and profit in the continuously growing Arizona economy.

Setting Up New Businesses

Getting sound legal advice when forming a new company or beginning a new business venture is important. A corporate business lawyer at our law firm can assist you with the initial formation of your business entity. We advise business owners on selecting the appropriate entity type for their company and preparing the organizational documents such as Articles of Incorporation or Organization, Governing Bylaws or Operating Agreements, and necessary organizational resolutions. We will also ensure that your business will meet the requirements to do business in other states should it become necessary. Once we have successfully formed your business, we will provide continuing support and maintenance as needed.

Handling Business Transactions

Our firm facilitates profitable business transactions by negotiating and drafting sound commercial contracts and addressing all other legal aspects of business transactions. A business lawyer at Provident Law® can assist you as you navigate the intricacies of business-related contracts, including real estate transactions, contracts with suppliers and vendors, equipment leases, employment contracts, and more. It has always been our mission to enable our clients to understand any business issues they might face so that they can work through them successfully and ensure a smooth and continuous operation.

Buying and Selling Businesses

Whether you are purchasing or selling a business, you can count on us to plan and execute these transactions in a way designed to yield the results you expect. From mergers and acquisitions to franchises, we know how to help you steer clear of unexpected consequences that can complicate your situation and damage your business. With a competent Scottsdale business law attorney by your side, you will receive nothing but valuable counsel and expertise in negotiating terms and conditions that will serve your business purposes well.

Representing Your Interests in Business Litigation

While we can resolve many business disputes through negotiations and alternative dispute resolution methods, some disputes result in litigation. Our business attorneys are experienced and successful litigators who have handled all types of business litigation matters, including breaches of contract, partnership disagreements, and real estate disputes. We will represent your interests throughout the litigation process and work to reach the best possible outcome under the circumstances.

Contact a Business Law Attorney at Provident Law® Today

Business law issues are technical and always changing. Therefore, be intentional about who you trust to resolve legal matters concerning your business. At Provident Law®, our team of attorneys has over 200 years of legal experience.

We are dedicated to serving our clients, with whom we strive to maintain long-lasting business relationships.

If you or someone you know has a question regarding a business transaction, dispute, or related matter, contact Provident Law® online or call (480) 388-3343 today to speak with an experienced business lawyer

We Assist with Business Entity Formations

  • Regular, Sub-Chapter S and Professional Corporations
  • General and Limited Partnerships
  • Regular and Professional Limited Liability Companies
  • Sole-Proprietorships
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Family Limited Partnerships
  • Homeowner and Community Associations

Once your business entity is properly formed, we provide ongoing advice for your business

We are available to assist you in getting your business started, from establishing sound business practices, complying with applicable laws, drafting appropriate documents and evaluating risks.

  • Entity and Governance Operations
  • General Business Law Advice and Planning
  • Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Purchase and/or Sale of Businesses and Business Assets
  • Merger and Acquisitions
  • Business Transactions and Agreements of All Types
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Purchasing and Leasing of Equipment
  • Creditors/Debtor Relations and Disputes
  • Employment Matters Law
  • Franchising Agreements
  • Licensing Requirements
  • Commercial Finance Transactions
  • Tax Planning
  • Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)