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Business Formation

Outside of the courtroom when there is no current dispute, people and entities are frequently best served to have an attorney represent their interest when entering into a deal or contract of any kind or opening a new business. The backbone of law is the contract. In such situations having an attorney to review, draft, and advise you can be invaluable. Sayyar Law has years of experience negotiating, drafting, editing, and modifying a variety of real estate and business agreements to prevent future disputes as much as possible and allow you to move forward with your business or real estate transaction with confidence. When scaling a business and growing a business, legal advice can prove critical in making the best business decisions for your future goals. Sayyar Law utilizes their litigation experience to draft and negotiate documents to protect your interests and hopefully avoid future potential court battles. Some of the services Sayyar Law provide are as follows:

"When scaling a business and growing a business, legal advice can prove critical in making the best business decisions for your future goals."

  • Business Formations in Nevada and California of partnerships, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and corporations. Formation includes articles of incorporation, bylaws, corporate resolutions and minutes, founders agreements, and operating agreements
  • Document drafting and review for business operations in Nevada and California
  • Negotiating business and real estate transactions
  • Reviewing and drafting business contracts
  • Reviewing and drafting real estate contracts
  • Partnership agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements/Succession Planning
  • Financing agreements
  • Employment/Independent contractor contracts; including but not limited to non-compete, non-solicitation, independent contractor agreements
  • Stock and asset sales
  • Commercial real estate transactions
  • Lease agreements
  • Foreclosure and short sale options

  • Business Sales and Acquisitions
  • Corporate and Partnership dissolution
  • Employment Agreements
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Website Policies and Procedures and Membership Terms and Conditions
  • License Agreements for Intellectual Property (trademarks, copyrights, service marks)
  • Vendor Agreements and Business to Business agreements
  • Non-Compete, Non-Solicit Agreements
  • Deeds
  • Liens
  • Security Agreements and Promissory Notes
  • Land Sale Contracts
  • Employee Handbooks and Forms
  • Lease Options and Options to Purchase Agreements
  • Assignment of Property and Judgment Liens
  • Business license applications and Fictitious Business Names

Business formation, operation, and scaling and growing businesses frequently overlap other legal areas such as real estate and collections.  The firm has years of experience advising businesses regarding commercial leases and spaces, rental agreements, property purchase and development, and contract drafting to ensure smooth collection of debts for goods and services rendered.