Even if the transaction appears to be relatively simple - like an acquisition or sale of residential property, or preparation of a commercial lease - don't rely upon a layperson or forms from the internet or an office supply store. Internet and office supply forms may not conform to Michigan law, and laypersons may not be aware of certain terms that should be considered, or language that should be included for your protection. A simple legal consultation could save you thousands, and in some instances, hundreds of thousands of dollars. You don't have to go it alone - put yourself in a position to benefit from our knowledge and years of experience.
Once you are served with a Summons and Complaint, you have a very short window within which to respond to avoid the filing of a default judgment against you. Even if you believe that some or all of the allegations reflected in the Complaint are untrue, you still have to timely respond. To fully avail yourself of all of the defenses to which you are entitled, and to best position yourself for a successful outcome, contact legal counsel immediately after you receive a Summons and Complaint. Consider allowing Rogers Law Center to assist you today.
Determining who you'll get involved in certain business ventures with is an important, but only an initial step. Protect your hard work and your business operations by discussing with your intended shareholders, members and/or partners important matters regarding how business assets will be titled, how decisions will be made, and the conditions under which the business can be dissolved. Whether you are thinking of forming a limited liability company to own real estate investment properties, a corporation to handle your expanding business operations or a buy-sell agreement to give potential members and shareholders options to acquire an ownership interest in your company, Rogers Law Center can help. We look forward to working with you!