Business Law

Our Business Lawyers Focus On Saving Time And Money

If you own a business, it is critical to think not just one step ahead – but several. For many issues, business owners listen to your instincts. Legal matters, however, necessitate professional advice.

At Delaney & Fritz, P.C., our lawyers provide guidance to small-business owners and mid-sized companies in Pennsylvania. You do not have to retain in-house general counsel to ensure that you are making the best legal decisions possible. We are ready to solve problems as they arise.

Customized Counsel For Your Business’s Needs

Our experienced business law attorneys can help you with a variety of legal needs, including:

  • Drafting partnership, shareholder and operating agreements
  • Reviewing and negotiating business contracts with vendors, distributors and more
  • Training and advising the human resources department
  • Facilitating commercial real estate transactions and commercial leases
  • Resolving real estate and lease disputes

We will adapt our approach according to your industry and unique objectives. As lawyers who have knowledge across multiple areas of law, we will have the resources you need. Whether you need an advocate for a dispute or negotiation, our team will make your interests our priority.

Start Your Business In The Best Position Possible

When building a business, it can be more cost-effective to work with a lawyer to reduce risk now rather than fix major problems in the future. Two of the main issues to consider during business formation are your level of personal liability and business tax obligations.

The type of entity you choose will dictate important aspects of your business. Our team can help you form a limited liability company (LLC), corporation, partnership or another business entity. We can review your goals to recommend the most suitable options.

Call Us To Protect Your Business

Do not let a dispute or poorly worded contract get in the way of your business’s success. Gain proactive legal insight. Call our Indiana County office at 724-349-2255 or email us to discuss your business.