Operating a business in Nebraska and Iowa presents many legal issues that must be addressed by business owners. The business law attorneys at Thompson Law Office guide new businesses in entity formation and business organization matters. We also advise established businesses that require reorganization to meet their changing needs. Thompson Law Office‘s business lawyers provide legal counsel that assists small and medium sized businesses make appropriate decisions as they grow.
- Business formation and reorganization (Sole proprietorship, General partnership, Limited liability partnership (LLP), Limited partnership (LP), Limited liability company (LLC), Corporation (“S-Corp” or “C-Corp”)
- Partnership agreements
- Operating agreements
- Corporate bylaws
- Purchase agreements
- Sale agreements
- Buy-sell agreements
- Regulatory compliance
- Employment policies and procedures
- Collections efforts for payment of delinquent and past due customer accounts, through negotiation, litigation, judgment, garnishment, and execution upon real estate, personal property, bank accounts and wages
- Judgment collection and enforcement
Thompson Law Office provides a variety of services to assist business clients in the operation of their businesses. Existing businesses may need employment agreements, contracts for the sale of goods or services, and lease agreements, land purchase agreements or land contracts for the acquisitions of new or additional real estate or office, retail or industrial space.
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