St Charles County Business Law Attorney
Business Law Overview
Business law differs from other law practice areas in that it does not deal with law that apply to individuals but rather business entities, including corporations, partnerships and other business formations. Laws governing business include both State and Federal law and can often be confusing and complicated.
Business Law addresses every aspect of creating, operating, and/or selling a business, including (but not limited to):
- Business Formations
(Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships, etc.)
- Buy Sell Agreements
- Contracts (all types)
- Lease Agreements
- Succession Planning
With more than 30 years of experience, attorney Mike Watkins is your best source for legal representation in business-related matters in St Charles County. As a small business owner himself, Mike Watkins understands the importance of providing solid, prudent legal services at an affordable rate. Many of our services are provided at a flat rate.
We provide a FREE 30 minute initial consultation.
Watkins Law Firm, P.C.
O’Fallon Missouri Lawyer
Watkins Law Firm, P.C., located in O’Fallon, Missouri, serves clients throughout Saint Charles County, Saint Louis County, Warren County, Montgomery County and Lincoln County including the communities of O’ Fallon, Wentzville, Lake St. Louis, Saint Charles, Saint Peters, Warrenton, New Melle, Wright City, Innsbrook, Troy, Dardenne Prairie, Foristell, Winfield, Foley, and Elsberry.
9979 WingHaven Blvd.
O´Fallon, MO 63368
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