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Whether you are just starting up your own business or are an experienced business owner, having a trusted business lawyer is very important to ensure that your business practices are legal, risk free and run smoothly.

What Is The Role Of A Business Lawyer?

First things first, a business lawyer is not usually someone that a business hires to represent them in court or against legal action. Rather, they are a trained professional to help advise on many matters that concern the business. These include business sales, business purchases, commercial leases, contract formation, business structures and many more. All of these services are taken care of for the business without having to hire a full-time lawyer as an employee. Engaging the right business lawyer is like having your own in-house legal team.

Scenarios Where A Business Lawyer Is Needed

Sometimes a business will face issues that are too complex, time-consuming, or high risk to deal with internally, so the help of an experienced business lawyer is required. Some examples of these issues include launching a new business or selling an existing business, creating and enforcing contracts, protecting your assets, employment agreements to name but a few. 

Prevention Is Better Than Cure

While the professional help of a lawyer would surely be needed to deal with any serious situations that may unfortunately arise, one of the primary reasons to hire a business lawyer would be to ensure that these situations do not occur. The small effort to have a professional look over your business, agreements and legal documents will save you so much time and effort later. This is because if there is a problem and your business does get into trouble; legal fees, public perception and hours of work will be sacrificed. 

Getting a precautionary legal check-up will cost less overall, as in these situations, the lawyer will identify any key legal risks and help you create a plan of action to address them.

If you are looking to hire a business lawyer to ensure the smooth running of your company, contact Rise Legal today for professional help and excellent customer service for business sales, business purchases, commercial leases, contract formation, business structures and many more

Helen Kay

If you require any assistance with your business legals or any other commercial legal issue, please do not hesitate to contact me.

P: 1300 064 707 | E: helen.kay@riselegal.com.au

Typical Legal Disclaimer!…

Unfortunately, there is never a ‘one size fits all’ formula to apply. Every situation is unique and it can be tricky to wrap your head around some areas of the law. To ensure you are setting yourself and your business up for success, it is always best to consult a legal professional with expertise in the field.

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