Hedayati Law Group P.C., is a law firm dedicated to counseling you with your business needs. Whether you are a new business owner and want to incorporate your business, need an attorney in reviewing your business contracts, involved in business disputes that require litigation, or are a business with account receivables that require a lawyer to collect on those funds, we are the right team of professionals for you. With experienced attorneys, Hedayati Law Group P.C., will exhaust all the resources necessary to get you the solution you desire. Hedayati Law Group P.C., is here to counsel you. Give us a call or read on to find out more about how we can help:
Business Formation is the process of deciding and forming a business entity that best suits your business needs. In New York, business owners can choose whether their business is to be legally recognized as an Incorporation, Limited Liability Company, Limited Liability Partnership, or a Professional Corporation. There are several advantages to incorporating a business some of which include limited liability protection to its owners, raising capital through the sale of corporate stock, gaining tax advantages, and the ease of transferring ownership. The incorporation of a business is a complex process that involves several detailed steps. In order to determine whether an Incorporation, Limited Liability Company, Limited Liability Partnership, or a Professional Corporation is the best structure for your business, our firm advises you to consult with an attorney and a Certified Public Accountant that will understand your needs. Here at Hedayati Law Group P.C., we provide you with the knowledge and expertise of both attorneys and an accountant which can help you decide what form best suits your particular business.
A Contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties which sets forth their rights and obligations. It is important to note that any document that you sign in your day-to-day interactions, both in business and in your personal life, may subject you to legal ramifications. The legal ramifications can be substantial, especially for those individuals or businesses that currently use or have been using standard forms as their agreements for all of their dealings. It is important to pay great attention to all the details of a contract and to be cautious of legal language. Whether you are an individual, a small business, or a large corporation entering into a contract, our firm advises you to consult with an attorney in order to avoid any legal issues.
Commercial litigation arises when two or more business entities are involved in a legal dispute. There are both business and legal aspects to deciding whether to initiate a lawsuit against another business. Commercial litigation lawsuits are often complex and may involve a wide array of corporate and commercial controversies. These controversies require an in depth analysis of the particular facts and the laws of New York in order to reach a justifiable resolution or to decide to proceed in court. Therefore it is always advisable to consult with a business attorney in Long Island who can counsel you concerning your rights as a business owner and help you avoid exposure to potential liability.