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Small Business Law

Houston Small Business Law Attorneys

At Frazier & Frazier, we advise and represent entrepreneurs who are starting new ventures, helping them set themselves up for success.

We serve owners of existing small businesses in addressing contract matters and other issues, helping them protect what they have worked hard for. Contact our Houston small-business law attorneys to schedule an appointment today.

Houston, Texas, Business Succession Lawyers Supporting The Success Of Your Business

Texas is home to many of the nation’s largest and most successful companies, but it is also home to many thriving small businesses and entrepreneurs eager to start their own ventures. With the success of our clients in mind and a long track record of success, our attorneys provide:

  • Guidance on entity formation: We help new businesses form entities (such as LLCs, corporations and partnerships) that meet their specific needs with regard to liability, taxes and other concerns.
  • Advice on how to get started: We provide comprehensive advice to entrepreneurs who want to get started on the right foot and avoid legal or financial problems.
  • Assistance with contract matters: We draft, review and resolve issues with important business contracts and agreements such as operating agreements, buy-sell agreements and commercial leases.
  • Succession and planning: We help clients plan for business succession, and we provide other estate planning services that support small businesses and help them manage key transitions.

Contact An Experienced Texas Operating Agreements Attorney Serving Sugar Land And Greater Houston

The Houston, Texas, business succession lawyers of Frazier & Frazier can help you capitalize on opportunities and address your concerns. Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers.

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