Glenloch Legal provides small business owners with legal advice and business support needed for their local community-based businesses.
The Glenloch Business Planning Pledge – We will help you create a customized plan to meet your business’ needs so you can focus on building and growing your business.
PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS FOR YOU TO THRIVE IN YOUR COMMUNITY.
Our commitment to business law goes beyond legal advice. So many small business owners feel alone in navigating the business landscape, and excessive government regulation makes it even more difficult. Our clients trust our team to provide guidance in the day-to-day operations of their business to navigate the legal pitfalls. We can advise you on choosing the most efficient business structure for your needs, drafting sophisticated commercial agreements, and developing a succession plan to create a legacy. We are proud of our reputation for helping organizations thrive and we are proud to share in our clients’ ongoing success.
Our areas of focus:
- Business and Commercial Agreements
- Business Structures
- Business Succession Planning
- Commercial Leasing
- Employment Matters
- General Business Matters
- Incorporations and Maintenance of Corporate Records
- Joint Ventures
- Business Purchases
- Shareholder Agreements
- Commercial Real Estate Representation
- Commercial Real Estate Documents
“Being new to being a business owner, Kevin was not only so very knowledgeable about all we had to do to get all the legal documents in place for the business but ever since has immediately responded to any questions or concerns we had moving forward! Feels like he is part of our business!!“
Don’t postpone getting legal advice for your business. You’ve worked too hard for too long not to set your business up for success.
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