Transactional lawyers help individuals, business owners, and organizations with legal issues that develop as a result of their business dealings. A transactional attorney works with government agencies, nonprofit and for-profit organizations. So, what does a business transactional lawyer do for their clients?
A transactional lawyer representing an organization may help the business owner:
In short, yes. Too often, business owners rely on lawyers to “get them out of trouble,” however, the most successful business teams include legal advisors on the front end.
An attorney will help business owners avoid risk, as investing in legal assistance before drafting contracts saves you time and money. An attorney protects business owners from the legal consequences of bad contracts. Laws continually change and business owners need legal advice to understand those changes.
Any internet search will reveal an array of inexpensive online legal documents, but using them could cost business owners money down the road. It’s rare a blanket document or form covers everything that an individual business needs. Such documents may fail to adequacy protect you, and/or may even include legal language that is burdensome or not needed that may create pitfalls in the future. It’s best to invest in documents that are tailor made for your company’s legal needs.
If you are in need of a transactional attorney for your business, please call the business attorneys at O’Reilly Rancilio P.C. at 586-726-1000 or visit our website.