Get Started With Your Business Planning

Attorney Steven Adler

This month I'd like to share some important information about business planning and our own personalized business approach. Before forming your entity, we want to get to know you and learn about the things that are important to you.

While other firms view the formation of your business entity as the end of the transaction, we see it as the beginning of a long-term relationship during which we provide you with trusted legal counsel for all of your business decisions.

I'm here to help. I've placed some thoughts about business planning below. If you have any questions please feel free to email me.

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In order to process as many clients' cases as quickly as possible, some business lawyers take a "one-size fits all" approach. Not only do the clients receive an impersonal experience, they may eventually suffer unintended consequences to their businesses. Potential problems could hurt the growth of your entity if your attorney does not ask relevant questions, listen to your wishes, understand your business and consider your circumstances when creating your business structure.

Even though using a standard set of documents seems like good deal, it can end up costing you more over time. At Adler Law, we are proud to offer trusted counsel so that clients can turn to us for the following:

  • To assist you with selecting the best business model for your particular circumstances.
  • To assist you in drafting the proper agreements with vendors, employees, investors, partners and others involved with your business.
  • To assist you in exploring potential business opportunities.
  • To evaluate your insurance needs, guide you in protecting your assets, and assess your tax saving strategies.
  • To help you avoid potential legal and business problems, and respond on your behalf should any arise.


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Adler Law are committed to providing their clients with the highest level of professional legal services at reasonable prices. Steven M. Adler, Esq., along with the rest of his law firm's highly competent support staff, gives all of his clients the personal attention and the legal expertise which they are entitled to receive. Adler Law takes pride in the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of their legal services. See Our Attorney Profiles.

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