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Queen Anne Law Group, PLLC
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Business Formation, Contracts And Litigation

Business Formation

If you are starting a new business enterprise, there are a number of factors to consider that may impact its future success. Making the right incorporation decision now can prevent problems later. In order to determine what works best for you, a qualified attorney who is familiar with the incorporation process is needed. Contact us to find out how we can best serve you, by guiding you through those decisions while you are forming your new venture.

There are numerous types of business entities available. We can advise you with respect to the dangers and benefits of a particular business arrangement and suggest alternatives that may more fully meet and protect your business and personal needs. If you are starting a commercial business, you need a lawyer who understands business formation law. We have helped many clients with their small business incorporation.

Contact us to discuss which options are best for your new business formation.


Having agreements go smoothly is a critical component of a successful business. We draft and review contracts with a litigator's eye, always looking for pitfalls and language that can help you avoid future litigation and breach of contract claims. It is essential to draft accurate contracts that protect your interests. Having us review your drafts now can save you from a court date later so your contracts will not come back to haunt you. Contact us to discuss how we may be of service for your contract needs.

We are experienced in drafting and reviewing contracts that involve:

  • Business mergers, acquisitions and sales;
  • Business joint venture agreements;
  • Family partnership agreements;
  • Promissory notes and security agreements.
  • Vendor and third-party contracts and negotiations.

Business Litigation

Contract Disputes/Breach of Contract Litigation

Contractual agreements are essential to any business. Contracts that go bad can be disastrous. At best, they cost time and money that you would rather put into running and growing your business.

If you are facing a possible contract dispute, you need an experienced attorney who can help you protect your interests. We have helped many small and medium sized businesses achieve their goals. If you need a skilled, well-grounded business litigation attorney, contact us for an assessment of your case.

We have assisted clients with contractual disputes in the following areas:

  • Business to business contract disputes;
  • Lease disputes;
  • Purchase and sale disputes;
  • Construction defect claims;
  • Collection matters;
  • Vendor contract disputes;
  • Partnership disputes.

If you want to find out more about how a skilled lawyer can help your business, please contact us.

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