Florida Business Law

Broward County and Miami-Dade County Business Lawyers

Owning a business of any size involves many legal issues. A Florida business law attorney can guide you through the legalities of your business including

  1. Actual start up
  2. Contracts
  3. Non-compete clauses
  4. Sales contracts
  5. Business formation
  6. Selling your business

Florida business law may differ from business law in other states. Each individual state has their own regulations and requirements that the average person has no need to know under most circumstances. A Florida business law attorney can help you through every aspect of keeping your company operating within the parameters of state and federal law.

One of the first things your Florida business lawyer will do is help you decide which state business license(s) may apply to your company and what they may require of you. They can then help you get all your local and state licensing in order, and ensure you are covered for anticipated contingencies by creating all forms of contracts that your business may require. Each business is different and all require individual stipulations to protect both itself and its clients during the course of normal business. Florida Business law attorneys can instruct you in the state requirements for all of your company’s dealings and can assist you immediately when you have any questions about complaints or suits.

Your Florida business law attorney can also be your representative in all disputes and mediations. Florida Business law attorneys can help when necessary with any corporate or partnership disputes that may occur. Having a knowledgable business law attorney ready to guide you at all times can help your business to run smoothly, keep your company healthy, and your bottom line solid and secure.

  • Stephen M. Feidelman, P.A.
    Mailing Address:
    3389 Sheridan St., PMB #244
    Hollywood, Florida 33021

    Broward: 954-927-2889
    Miami-Dade: 305-931-4100