As a business owner you are, no doubt, used to wearing many different hats and juggling a wide variety of tasks – including those that may have a legal impact on you and your business.
Perhaps you are an individual contemplating starting your own business, you’re not exactly sure how to begin, and you wonder which legal form your new business should adopt, whether and how to raise funds, and how, exactly, to register your new business – business formation has many components!
Or maybe you’re the owner of a company looking to expand and purchase a smaller company, or you are interested in beginning to formally work with another similar company. You don’t know if the contracts truly look out for your best interest, and wonder whether it should be a stock or asset purchase.
In each of the above situations, and many others, our attorneys are able to advise you and help you work towards achieving your business goals, across all spectrum of business operations. The small nature of our firm allows our attorneys to use a flexible approach in which we take a bird’s eye view of your situation, consider a wide variety of issues and factors, and provide you with in-depth legal analysis and advice. Regardless of the size of your business, our goal is to provide you with personalized, high-quality, general counsel services!
The firm has extensive experience in drafting, negotiating, and enforcing various business contracts and agreements, to include operating, shareholder, partnership, and joint venture agreements, as well as teaming and consulting agreements.
Our attorneys advise and assist clients in all aspects of buying and selling business entities.
Outside General Counsel
Often, a company realizes that while it needs consistent legal advice, it is not yet large enough that hiring a full-time general counsel makes sense. In these situations, Gelber & Associates, PLLC offers Outside General Counsel services to business clients who need ongoing planning and assistance to ensure their strong legal footing and continued growth.
Registered Agent Services
Each business registered in Virginia must have a registered agent within the Commonwealth. Regardless of where your company was organized or registered, our attorneys are able to act as that Virginia registered agent, ensuring that you receive timely copies of all documents served upon us in that capacity.
Let us know what we can do to help you with your business needs, and in return our attorneys will partner with you to work towards achieving your goals – no matter how small they may seem!
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