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Legal Advice for Your Business

We offer legal assistance for every state of your business.

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Whether you run a small business or a corporation, there is a number of legal matters that you have to deal with on occasion. When it comes to business documents, accuracy and timeliness are crucial, and our Maryland business lawyers at Alan L. Billian, P.A. understand and abide by these requirements. We can provide legal consultation and representation in a variety of business matters to clients in Owings Mills, Westminster, Reisterstown, Columbia, Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Baltimore City and many other areas in Baltimore, Howard, Carroll, Anne Arundel and other counties in Maryland.

Legal Assistance for Every Stage

It doesn’t matter if you are just starting out or ready to retire from being a business owner, we can provide legal assistance on every stage of your business’s life.

For Startups:

  • Choosing the right business structure (LLC, partnership, corporation, etc.)
  • Obtaining licensing and tax reporting documents
  • Shareholder, member and hiring agreements and contracts
  • Insurance, lease, contract and other document review

For Established Businesses:

  • Breach of contract litigation
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Consulting, confidentiality and non-compete agreements
  • Asset sales contracts and commercial transactions

For Transitioning Businesses

  • Business dissolution and liquidation of assets
  • Bankruptcy and debt matters
  • Sale of business
  • Successions and inheritance of business

If you found yourself in need of professional legal advice, our Owings Mills, Maryland business lawyers will gladly offer you a consultation. Contact us today to talk about how we can help you run your business more efficiently.


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