Business Lawyers and Business Planning: Montgomery, Chester, Berks

Whether you are a small family business or a large corporation, a partnership, joint venture, sole proprietorship, limited liability corporation or non-profit organization, there will be times that you will need sound legal counseling for your company. The OWM Law business lawyers will guide you through business formation, drafting and negotiation of contracts and agreements, meeting the formal obligations for a business entity, and many other business matters. We consider ourselves part of your "business team" and represent the business interests of many companies in the Tri-County area in that capacity.

Why You Need a Business Lawyer

It’s a necessity – From our perspective, if you want your business to prosper, you need a business lawyer. Don’t rely on “self-help” legal guides; that’s not a suitable replacement for an educated and experienced lawyer.

Protection from future lawsuits – When operating a business, mistakes can be costly. That’s why you need help from a business lawyer to review your documents, policies and employment agreements. Cutting corners could result in future lawsuits from ex-employees.

Selling your company – There may come a time when you decide to sell your company. In a situation like this, it’s critical to have an experienced business lawyer on your team, to negotiate the financial arrangements.

How We Can Help You 

Let OWM Law's skilled legal counselors and business lawyers in Montgomery County help you achieve your business goals by navigating you through the legalities of today's demanding business environment. 

Call 610-323-2800 to speak with a business attorney today.

Click here to view the available Chester County Night School adult education courses regarding business planning taught by David A. Megay, Esquire.

Our business lawyers provide legal services to our clients in Montgomery, Chester and Berks County from our offices in Phoenixville and Pottstown, PA.

Joseph K. Koury, Esq., LL.M. and Gary L. Stein, Esq. discuss the roles and responsibilities of OWM Law's Business Planning Practice Group.

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